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Crafting Opportunities this week:
Marilyn's Crafting Playground in Tewksbury.

Open Stamps
Every Wednesday from 10am to 3pm

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Friday, July 2, 2010

Blogger's Challenge

I am back and have had some time to do some stamping again... This was from my technique class last night for the 4th of July...

I used the flower folds die and cut flowers in whisper white, pacific point (blue) and real red. I then used the Big Shot die to also cut stars. I used dimensionals to attach the flowers to skewers.

I can't wait to see what my other blogging friends have made for the 4th.

Have a great long weekend!

Marilyn
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14 comments:

Kimberly Gajewski said...

These are darling Marilyn! Love the addition of the star in the center of your blossoms! Have a Happy 4th of July! :D

Lisa said...

Adorable tabel favors! Great job!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Terrific Decorative art, beautifully created.

GCgirl said...

These are so cute! They would make a terrific addition to a 4th picnic table :-D

BarbaraW said...

How festive and cool.

Lisa Bohler said...

What a fun decorative item you have created here!!!

Connie Paxman said...

table centres anyone...these creations should be in a magazine...love the innovative idea you inspired us with.
connie paxman

Linda Monroe said...

So cute. nice to see some creative that isn't a card!!

Basement Stamper said...

Oh, these are fantastic centerpieces for a party or table! Great creations.

Gerrie Johnnic said...

What fun! Just can imagine how pretty your table is looking today!

Barbara said...

What wonderful addiitons these must have been to your holiday picnic! Cute! (Missed you...glad to see you back.)

Lisa Somerville said...

Cute table decorations!

Ida said...

Wow what great decorations. These are really fun!

tonistamps said...

Awesome decorations! I'm really going to have to get those Flower Folds die, aren't I? Really great job on these.