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Giving Thanks...

Can you believe we are almost to the end of November? I say that every month and the time just keeps going faster! Oh well!

Today’s card was made for the Freshly Made Sketches and Fab Friday challenges. I opted to use some SU! farmers market dsp and back it with blackberry bliss. I added the “giving thanks” die cut made out of Cajun craze and hello honey with a few pearls around it. fms ff 1 (550x640)

And finally, the very vanilla subtle stripes ribbon is so gorgeous that I couldn’t resist adding it to the card. fms ff 2 (640x439)

That’s it for today! Thanks for stopping in and be sure to pop in tomorrow. It is the start of a new Retro Rubber challenge!

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Supplies: CS: SU! soft suede, hello honey, blackberry bliss, Cajun craze and farmers market dsp. Dies: PTI scripted. Other: SU! very vanilla subtle stripes ribbon and pearls.


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Brian King

What a great combination of both challenges, Jane! I love the smooth texture the band of satin ribbon adds - and I love that you used this gorgeous paper. Perfect for Thanksgiving. Thank you so much for playing along with this FabFriday color challenge.

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