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I see you "Card Challenge"

For the Wednesday challenge at Simon Says Blog, I have made the "I see you card", which I completed on Sunday 10/25/2015.  All items are from Simon Says Stamp.  It is Card Kit of the Month for October 2015 " Here's Looking at You".  I love Simon Say stamp kits, they come with everything you need.  I used the glasses stamp and Embossed on the the card used Tim Holtz Distress Ink ( Victorian Velvet )  sponged onto white card stock, the pair of glasses on the front are from Cricut Design Space M3E112 with Blue glitter on the frames and top it off I have blue twine around the top.  Hope you enjoy and Happy Crafting.

 
List of supplies:

The eye glass stamp and the " I see you " sentiment is from Simon Say Stamp Card Kit of the Month for October 2015 " Here's Looking at you"

Tim Holtz
Distress Ink " Victorian Velvet " ( purchased at JoAnn)

" Ranger Perfect Medium " ( purchased at JoAnn)

Glasses From " Cricut Design Space "




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  1. Very cute! I love those glasses! Thanks so much for playing along with us over on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge blog!

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    1. Thank you so much....I love Simon Says Stamp...Thanks for letting me play...

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