TSC24 Ribbons and Lace

Hi All,
Here is my blog hop entry for our Challenge Blog celebration.  The Theme is Ribbons and Lace and when I think of that, I really do think about Marilyn Munroe.  She was the best iconic symbol of femininity that I can think of. I used a piece of lace patterned paper from Melissa Frances and the die cut is from the Lacey Circle Spellbinders and removed the centre with my circle die from Spellbinders.  I used a piece of white lace to back the circle that I die cut.  I fussy cut Marylin and popped her up on dimensionals. 
Last month, we celebrated the grand opening of the new Stampsmith Online Store – we’re still jittering with excitement – it’s so amazing!! This month we are celebrating The Stampsmith Challenge’s one year anniversary and we couldn’t be more excited to give you some extra chances to win… read on!!
This month’s lovely theme of Ribbons and Lace was suggested by Lynne . Create a project that includes some ribbon and lace and link up your project! All projects will be entered in a random draw for your choice of a full sheet of Stampsmith rubber valued at $21!
In addition, at the end of this month, we will be entering ALL of the comments from this blog and each of the designers’ blogs into a hat for an additional full sheet of Stampsmith rubber – also valued at $21!!! The more love you leave, the more chances you’ll have to win!!
If you arrived here fromThe Stampsmith Challenge designer/blog then you are in the right place! From here, Karen McAlpine invites you to visit! Below is a complete list of the blogs in this hop in case you have missed any! Be sure to leave a comment at each stop for more chances to win! Have fun hopping and best of luck in the draw!!

Thanks for peeking in!


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