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Hello! I had a nice long break and managed to get quite a few things accomplished – the only thing that didn’t get done was reorganizing my craft room – but that will wait for another day!

Today’s card is a leftover Christmas card that I made up for the Freshly Made Sketches and never got around to posting.

I started by using a piece of pattern paper and backed it with some SU! poppy parade. I stamped the sentiment from the SU! woodland stamp set on vanilla and then added a bit of a wave to the banner. fms 1 (568x640)

I layered everything on a base of vanilla. A pretty simple card but it has a quiet beauty I think! fms 2 (640x429)

I would like to say Thank You to The Paper Players for picking THIS card as A Cut Above in their last color challenge. And a Thank You to the Color Throwdown for picking THIS card.

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: PTI vanilla. SU! poppy parade. Patterned paper from stash. Stamps: SU! wonderland. Other: PTI linen impression plate. Pearls.


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Jen Timko

This is really pretty! Love how you used the DSP as the focal point. So glad to see you at FMS and Happy New Year!

Linda callahan

This is so sweet! Love the image on the paper! Just charming! Mmglad you shared it at FMS!

Amy O'Neill

I love this sweet, vintage image. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Teresa Sayers

I love the nostalgic look of this one. One of my favorites. Oh heck . . . I love the two below and one above too. Big thumbs up.

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