A watercolor two ways...
Pretty in pink and grey...

Polka dotted umbrellas...

Happy Friday!  Today is my last post as guest designer for The Friday Mashup!  It has been a lot of fun and I want to thank Holly and all the wonderful ladies for the invite and welcome to their group!

Here is the challenge for this week:

  • Create a project using “polka dots” 
  • Create a project with “umbrellas". 
  • or Mash it Up! and create a card using “umbrellas and polka dots”

Well, I had plenty of polka dots but no umbrellas!  And I wanted to mash up the challenge today with a polka dotted umbrella!  Thank heavens for internet shopping!

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I started off by putting a bit of texture on the card front with the PTI linen impression plate.  After that, I die cut the image in blushing bride and in the polka dot dsp and then layered the dots on the blushing bride.  I lightly chalked some blue on the card front for a puddle.  You can see the puddle in real life but not so much in the photo!  I added the sentiment in memento black and I was done.

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A clean and simple card for my final FM post!

Thanks for stopping by today!  I am off Saturday and Sunday but will be back on Monday!  Have a great weekend!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white and distressed dots.  SU! blushing bride.  Stamps/dies:  WPLUS9 pretty patches umbrella and die.  Other:  Memento black and chalk.


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This is just lovely Jane. I really love how CAS this is, it really makes the sentiment and umbrella pop!

It was terrific to have you on the team for April!

Sandi Lee

This is so FAB! Very eyecatching! xx Sandi Lee

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