Teddy Valentine with Warm and Fuzzy Memories

A Teddy Flash Back Friday from Kitchen Sink Stamps … and a winner!

Be-My-ValentineToday Flash Back card was originally posted Jan. 2016. Not too far of a Flash Back but a fav of mine just the same. I have a real soft spot for this stamp set, Multi Step Teddy Bear Wishes Clear Stamps because the inspiration for “Teddy” came from my oldest son’s teddy bear that was given to him by my mom when he was about 2 or 3 years old.  ❤

OK, on to the winner of last week’s giveaway… and the winning number was 2!

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Congratulations Sue D!

Please leave a comment email me your address within 48 hrs to receive your set of Multi-Step Invisible Snowman Clear Stamps.

NOTE: IF the current winner picked will need to comment back within 48hrs, a new winner will be randomly selected.

Have an inky Friday… and stay warm!

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Stamps: Multi-Step Love 4 Ducky & Teddy Clear Stamps and Multi-Step Teddy Bear Wishes Clear Stamps from Kitchen Sink Stamps.

Paper: Solar White Classic Crest from Neenah. Cabernet from Flavors Gourmet from cutcardstock.com. Jolie Chocolat paper pack from SEI. Soft Sky from SU!

Inks: (all Memento Inks):

  • Teddy: Step #3 – Espresso Truffle, Step #2 – Rich Cocoa, Step #1 – Toffee Crunch, Step #4 – Tuxedo Black.
  • Heart: Step #3 – Rhubarb Stalk, Step #2 – Love Letter, Step #1 – Lady Bug, Step #4 – Sweet Plum.  
  • Sentiment: Tuxedo Black.

Embellishments: Nestabilities – Hearts and Scalloped Hearts. Stickles – Frosted Lace. Variegated wired organza ribbon (my stash) and pop up dots.

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KSS/My Sweet Petunia Blog Hop Winner

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 … of a KSS $50 Gift Certificate goes to …

Penny Hanuszak!

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Congratulations Penny! Please email me your email address.

The winner for a choice of an original or mini size MISTI will be announced on My Sweet Petunia’s blog.

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I want to also thank Holly Brown, (an attendee of Lydia’s recent workshops) for sending me this lovely card using Multi-Step Lettuce. You made my day, Holly! 🙂