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Argyle Sweaters...

One of the first stamp sets I ever ordered online was A Little Argyle from Papertrey Ink.  I loved the argyle patterns and dreamt of all the cards I would make.  Have I made many cards with this stamp set?  No.  But when I was looking for some sketch challenges, I came across the Cas(E) This Sketch for this week.  I immediately thought of my argyle stamps.  Then I found The Curtain Call theme challenge (soft scarf).  I thought of scarves and sweaters.  So I am putting these two challenges together to create this card: 3 (489x640)I stamped my solid argyle image in SU! bashful blue on rustic cream cardstock and used midnight muse ink to make the X’s and the sentiment.  I dug out some teeny tiny pink buttons that I have had forever and used them to create a line down the argyles.  My PTI striped sweater impression plate came in handy to add some texture to the card.  After that I backed the layer with midnight muse and popped it up on kraft cardstock.  I love how this turned out!  I am reminded of scarves and sweaters! 5 (640x429)Thanks for stopping by today!  Be sure to pop by tomorrow!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI kraft, rustic cream.  SU! midnight muse.  Inks:  SU! midnight muse and bashful blue.  Stamps:  PTI A Little Argyle and MFT Holiday Hugs.  Other: PTI striped impression plate.  Buttons.


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Wow!! I'm crazy about this card!! You are making me want to go shop LOL and adding more craft supplies will go over with DH like a lead balloon heehee I will have to get these supplies moved to the top of my wish list! : ) Beautiful job Jane : )

Have a great day.


Leigh Penner

Oh, this is so wonderful and perfectly stamped! Fabulous take on the sketch!

️️Chriss Blagrave

Great take on the Curtain Call photo inspiration! Wonderful stamping too :)


Such a fun take on the challenge!
Thanks for playing with us at Curtain Call!

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