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  • Linda Miller

    card by Debbie Olson for PTI May 2012 Release - Stamps: Flipping Out Cardstock: Rustic White Ink: Aqua Mist, Ocean Tides, Pure Poppy, Chamomile Distress Ink Copic Markers: E43, E44, Y35, BG75, BG13

  • Mary Pertuit

    BEACH CARD

  • Kris Perreault

    Birthday Card Ideas Pinterest | Pin it Like Image

  • Samantha Elizabeth

    Summer card flip flops

  • Elaine @ The Craft Shed

    Flip Flop Birthday Card by Debbie Olson for Papertrey Ink - could try this with shell stamps instead of flip flops

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