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Monday, November 8, 2010

Flickr Spotlights


It's Flickr Spotlight day...time to showcase a few recent uploads into our public Gallery. Be sure to load your SRM Stickers items into our Gallery so that you may be featured here at the Blog. Remember to "enable" downloading of your gallery items so that we can grab them for our Facebook Page and Blog!


First up, a die cut box by Peet using our Holiday Sticker Sentiment sheet. What wonderful detail, see the snow?




A clean and simple card by Ivanka. Love the crisp and monochromatic design.




Another chilly Winter card, by BJHouse...beautiful distressing and embossing!




Here's a completely different take on a Winter card, by Amy. What a great grid pattern and pen stitching!




We have a lot planned for you this week including a two-day feature spotlighting new Marvy Uchida products. Don't go far!

9 comments:

Kathy said...

Congrats on your feature ladies. Love the inspiration today. So happy to see that you are submitting such beautiful projects in the SRM gallery. :)

BabyBokChoy said...

These are really beautiful projects!!!

beckyjune said...

such beautiful work, ladies!

Amy Heller said...

Such inspiration! TFS, everyone! :)

Erika M. said...

These are some awesome projects!

Tenia Nelson said...

Congrats ladies!!! Awesome projects!!!!

Jane Lesner said...

These cards are so beautiful they deserve to be framed!! So much time and talent invested deserves the exposure!

Rose said...

congrats girls these are all fantastic :)

cindy said...

Fabulous projects everyone.

 
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