Flowers For AYSI...
Retro Rubber Challenge #34...

A Single Tulip...

How do Monday! I am happy to report that our girls’ basketball team won their state championship game on Saturday! They are back to back champions, having won last year! A pretty awesome achievement!

Today’s card was made for the Freshly Made Sketches sketch using the Color Throwdown colors. I started by stamping the stem out of old olive and the tulip out of tangerine tango and crushed curry inks. I added the milk bottle and filled in some water with marina mist. fms ct 1 (531x640)

A sentiment, a piece of pattern paper from my stash and a trip thru the linen impression plate and this card is done. fms ct 2 (640x391)

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow as a new challenge starts over at Retro Rubber!

Supplies: CS: SU! white and crumbcake. Paper from stash. Inks: SU! tangerine tango, old olive, crushed curry, and marina mist. Memento black. Stamps: Clearly Besotted with love.


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Jan Elmore

Your card is just right for the topic. Very classy and so pretty!

Linda callahan

Love the single tulip! Simple elegance! Very pretty card! So glad you shared it at FMS!


VERY pretty Jane! so sweet and fresh. I love the water in your bottle : ) brilliant!


Vickie Z

Lovely CAS card!! Great use of the sketch and colors!! So glad you joined us at CTD!


Congrats on the big win! That's super! Your card is so pretty and I love the soft coloring of the water. Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown!

Jen Brum

What a beautiful card! I love that flower...looks amazing in the vase. Great take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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