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CC Designs Sister Stamps Review

Hello!  Ha, I think I spoke too soon when I said previously that another post was my last CC Designs post.  This post is seriously my last one!  Today is CC Designs review of Sister Stamps.

This is a wooden frame from Walmart that I painted the edges with gesso and then covered with washi paper.  I added some small pearl beading around the heart and kept that open for a photo.

Here is the cute Sister Stamps Wedding couple.

This is a close up of the gold embossed sentiment from CC Designs Wedding Labels

Please check out the CC Designs blog for Laura's Sister Stamps creation too!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Beautiful image for this picture frame... I seen Laura's card and that made me smile too.... Awesome job!
Leanne said…
For a second there I thought you were back! Too bad. I love this, it's gorgeous Eva. I wish my stamps would get here already! hahaha!
Have a great Friday!
WOW, what a beautiful card. I really love the soft pastel DP and flowers that make the image pop.
Jenny said…
Awwww. I super love this!
Cheryl said…
So pretty and artsy!
Lorraine said…
What a beautiful frame, Eva! Love all of the detailing you always do. and those Sister Stamps are too cute!
Denice said…
This is beautiful! You did such a nice job on the frame. Anyone whould be happy to recieve this!
RiNNE said…
Eva, this is so pretty!
Mary J said…
Oh Eva, that's so beautiful!

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