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To The Moon and Back

I have so many favorite stamp lines, I do not think that I could ever pick just one company as my sole favorite.  My Favorite Things (no pun intended!) stamps and dies is a company that has been around for quite a few years, and has evolved only slightly during that time.  They are based in my home state of Florida, which is awesome, as I like to be a supporter of local businesses.  The picture of the card below, created by Vanessa Menhorn, and shared on her blog, Wings of a Butterfly, was created using My Favorite Things stamps and dies.  The stamp set is BB (Birdie Brown) Space Explorer, and the coordinating dies are Die-namics BB (Birdie Brown) Space Explorer.  Vanessa stated on her blog that she created this card for a My Favorite Things sketch challenge, using Prismacolor Pencils.  She did such an amazing job with the coloring, I especially love her use of white colored pencil on the face shield of the space helmet, so that it looks like glass! Check out Vanessa’s blog, for more of her amazing work and creativity.  Also, make sure that you visit the My Favorite Things website.  Trust me, you are sure to find a “favorite” or two there!

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Eat, sleep, create, repeat.

Rhonda

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I have been a a rubber stamp and scrapbooking enthusiast for 20+ years. I am very passionate about papercrafting, and enjoy sharing that passion with others. I value the friendships that I have made along the way, and the incredibly creative things I have seen and continue to see. My motto is create something everyday......thus, eat, sleep, create, repeat.

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