Tuesday, 19 April 2016

STAMPlorations Inspiration #71 - More Groovy Shoes


Still playing with my Groovy Shoes set :)  I don't recall having shoes like those on the left, but I had a pair of beige wedges, and I also had a pair similar to those on the right, in red.  Got them on my first overseas holiday to Italy many moons ago.

We've got some fabulous inspiration for you over at STAMPlorations today, and if you leave a comment on the STAMPlorations blog you'll be in with a chance of winning a $10 gift certificate.

I'm entering my card into "Less Is More" - haven't played along in ages!  The theme is 3 stamps - I wasn't sure whether the sentiment made it four, but some of the design team have used 3 plus a sentiment, so it must be ok ;)


17 comments:

  1. Great card, and I think I've had shoes like all three except that my version of the purple one's were brown and red! Jo x

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  2. Super card, I can't imagine wearing these kinds of shoes now!

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  3. Such a fun card! Love the balanced layout and humour.

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  4. Groooovy, indeed!! I LOved Marilyn's thoughts on the subject!
    =]

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  5. So fun, colorful and groovy my friend. TFS

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  6. LOVE your card....so much fun.

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  7. Fun card with great stamps and colouring !

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  8. Yep...had the wedge shoes too! The other two pairs would have me running for the hills! My feet hurt just looking at them...but my eyes don't cuz they are so darn fun!

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  9. No way - you had shoes like those on the right? Crazy woman! Love your groovy coloring of these babes.

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  10. These are fabulous shoe images and I love your CAS design with the vibrant colours - lots of fun! Great to see you over at Less is More :)

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  11. Ha ha! Those shoes bring back memories of my teens for me of tottering trying to keep my balance! A great, fun card.
    Thank you for joining us at Less is More,
    Sharon xx

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  12. Ahhh...to be young (and have great balance) to wear those knock-out heels...I had a pair similar to the first ones in my first year of high school. All great, until I slipped (running down the hallway...) and twisted my ankle like you wouldn't believe! Still loved them...and eventually learned to *walk* in them properly!
    Hugs~c

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  13. So fun and funky, Shirley ... and such brilliant colours! Hugs, Anita :)

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  14. What fabulous shoes Shirley and a super make!
    Thank you so much for joining us
    Anne
    "Less is More"

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  15. Great shoes and a fun card!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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