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__________________ Jeanne S - Inky Paws
After a couple of days away (site down and sick) I am back to post again. Lousy photo but gotta get to bed. Maybe I can try again tomorrow when the sun is up. Here's my interpretation of today's challenge to use inchies. Thanks, Jean.
Fun challenge, Jeanne....and I appreciate your getting it out early. I'll be off to the StL Cards opening Day game and festivities shortly. I did "inbetweenchies" which I hope are legal...they are app. 1 1/2" sq.
Thanks, Jeanne, for the great challenge! I used a 1 1/2" inchie, and Inkadinkado's Spring Gardener Inchie Bundle stamps- added a few bows, and a tipped watering can- those daisies are thirsty!
Here's Sunshine & Flowers
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