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dscf4545This week over at Jacksonbelle we are celebrating all things Prima — paper, stamps, flowers — all of it! I just love this chubby little acrylic dinosaur set. So fin!I started my card by matching up colors – Baja Breeze for the blue, Kiwi Kiss for the green, and Cranberry Crisp for the red. Then it was a matter of finding just the right size scallop punch to hold him – I ended up going with the Marvy Scalloped Giga.I colored him with Copics – YG03 and B32.And of course, then his little eye looked sad – but a white gel pen fixed that right up. I also used the gel pen for dotting the edges of the scallop.

My dp is from the Angelique collection, which was recently on sale — I *heart *sales! This pattern is called “Angel Kisses” and I am in love with it. I put the “ROAR” on a line, and even though it came colored with black ink (Tuxedo Memento Black, actually) I colored over that with the Copics I mentioned earlier. Then I went digging for flowers. Of course, since I possess so many, it didn’t take long to come up with a match, lol.

So you see, it’s really a simple card. Scout’s Honor! Of course, my dp, stamps, and flowers are all made by Prima 🙂

This week’s product spotlight is a bit different from the usual ones – we like to mix it up around here! The team got to choose from a list of things to feature, so every card will end up being totally different! What did thye get to choose from, you ask?

Quite a selection, huh? I’ll share my card today, since I am a bit behind and forgot to ask for someone else’s! Details about it can be found on my blog.

jbe_planefun_tbuWe’d love for you to play along with us! Use the keyword JBE041 when you upload to an online gallery. And please be sure to leave a comment here linking back to your card (or post on our blog) so we can shower you with love! Please be sure to visit the Design Team’s blogs to see what they came up with — links are to the left! Have a wonderful Tuesday!


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