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Today I am playing along with the Sunday Stamps sketch challenge. I thought this challenge would pair perfectly with a birthday card that I needed to make.

My dear friend Teresa celebrated her birthday last Friday and the card I posted on the 18th is one of two cards that I sent to her. This is the other one!

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I used the sentiments (which describe her perfectly) and placed them according to the sketch. I ran the card front thru the linen impression plate and adhered it to a crumbcake base.

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That’s it for today! Be sure to come back tomorrow!

Supplies: PTI white. SU! crumbcake. Inks: Tim Holtz distress inks – twisted citron, tumbled glass and spun sugar. Stamps: PTI be and borders n corners.


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Amy Koenders

Very cool design! Love the sentiments and the colors. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!

teresa kline

hello Jane! so very clever, I luv how you interpreted the sketch...awesome! I am so glad you played along with us at sunday stamps!

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Monika Reeck

what a sweet colorful sentiment you have on your card
clever idea to change the sketch
lovely card
Many thanks to joining with us at Sunday Stamps this time
Monika (DT Member)

Monika Reeck

I miss your visit Jane
since I am not at HOC we meet not so often
see you maybe soon on my blog
miss your lovely smile :)
Monika (ex teamie at HOC)

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