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Today I am playing along with the sketch challenge at Pals Paper Arts.  I recently purchased these great word dies from Reverse Confetti and thought they would be perfect for this challenge! ppa1 (548x640)

I started off with a base of SU! tip top taupe and added a few banners out of the SU! cherry on top dsp.  I used the MFT stitched fishtail dies to get the different sizes with stitching.  I admit I have an addiction to any die that has stitching, piercing or whatever to add a bit of pizzazz to the die cut. ppa2 (640x446)

This card is pretty simple – cut a few banners, cut the words (several times to stack them up) and adhere everything.  Did you notice that not a single stamp was used in the making of this card?  That is a rarity for me!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Pop in tomorrow!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! tip top taupe, Bermuda bay, pool party and cherry on top dsp.  Dies:  MFT stitched fishtail dies, PTI linen impression plate, and RC fancy words confetti cuts.


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Katy McGloin

I have to agree with the use of stitching to add pizzazz! I will have to google what you said in order to see how you did this, LOL. Thanks for including the PPA in your stamping fun!

linda callahan

Love the die cut letters....and the stitching is fabulous! Glad you joined us at PPA!

Laurie Chilton

Oh gosh, I really love those word dies and your choice of color in simply divine! Thanks for the inspiration.

Kerry Willard Bray

Love these long, long flags and the "stitching" around the edges! Thanks for sharing with us at Pals Paper Arts!

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