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NEW STAMPS YAY!  This stamp set is full of awesome GIRLFRIEND stamps.  I tried a sewing theme.  I borrowed this TH Movers and Shapers dress form and cut it on cork.  I added some cheesecloth for a skirt over some pattern paper I trimmed like a dress. 

My GF made this awesome "pin" that fits perfect with the sewing theme.  I picked up these metal bobbins and glued it in place letting the thread trail through the card.  Cool right...

I stamped this sentiment and punched the cardstock and cork.  Then stuck it on this fun fabric ribbon.  Keeping with a sewing theme.

The inside has it's own flare.  I picked up the TH embossing folders with all sewing folders.  I think these 2 stamps pair together pretty well.

It's a girly girl card.

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  1. Oh this is stunning Nicole...I love all the sweet details! :) HUgs x

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  2. Nicole - your card is so beautiful! I love the vintage feel and using the bobbin... genious!! :)

    {{{ HUGS }}}

    Mel

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  3. I saw your card on Pinterest and had to stop by to let you know that it is absolutely beautiful! Love the skirt and the use of the bobbin. Well done my friend! Hugs, Tami

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  4. Looks great...love the littl spindle with the thread...and her dress...and the needle with the thread...so much detail....Well done! Glad you made it into " The Room"....xx

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  5. This is gorgeous :) love the embossing folders that you used, the cork, and the dress form is done beautifully!

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  6. Way cool girl....fabulous project...love all the details...you are a design star...

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  7. NICOLE!!! Can I just say this is the most beautiful card EVER!!! Love all the fun little details...STUNNING!!!

    hugs,
    Sarah

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  8. Wow! What an amazing card!! love that bobbin.

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  9. Love this card. The elements are so great!

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