Blessed Easter...
Retro Rubber Challenge #35...

A Bunch Of Flowers...

Hello Monday! I hope that you all had a wonderful Easter! Mine was nice and relaxing with my family! I even got some crafty time in!

Today’s card was made using the Freshly Made Sketches challenge. I started by die cutting three wonky stitched squares to use as my backdrop for the flowers. Then I stamped and die cut these fun flowers and popped them up on the squares. fms 1 (536x640)

It was just a matter of adding a strip down the side of ombre paper and then adhering the squares according to the sketch. At the last minute, I added the sentiment and was done. fms 2 (640x314)

I would like to thank the crew at The Paper Players for picking THIS card as part of their Celebrate Spring challenge.

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

Supplies: CS: SU! white and crumbcake. Lil Inkers ombre. Stamps: PTI petite pots. Dies: PTI petite pots. MFT wonky stitched squares. Inks: SU! garden green, real red, crushed curry, sahara sand, and pacific point. Memento black.


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Amy O'Neill

Love these beautiful, fresh Spring flowers! And I love how you've placed the sentiment with the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

Jen Timko

How pretty this is!! Love your colors and those fun stitched squares. Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

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