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Happy Friday! And happy birthday to my dear friend Teresa! This card was made just for her and is already in the mail!

It’s time for a new As You See It challenge and this time it’s a sketch challenge! Love me some sketch challenges!

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My friend Patti at Stationery Styles has inspired me to break out my botanical vellum paper and use it on this card. So I die cut a mini scallop stitched rectangle out of it. Then I cut a piece of pink pirouette to layer under the vellum along with a piece of pear pizzazz. I put the pizzazz in the pear by running the bottom of the cardstock thru some stitched dies.

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I die cut a tag and stamped the flowers in the corner and then added a doubled up butterfly to the tag. I added some ribbon and twine along with the sentiment, layered everything up, and was done!

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Now it’s your turn! Be sure to play along with this sketch and link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today! I am off for the weekend so I will see you Monday!

Supplies: CS: SU! white, pink pirouette, pear pizzazz, crumbcake, and botanical gardens vellum. Stamps: SSS many thanks. PTI twig wreath. Dies/Punches: SU! elegant butterfly. RC tag me. MFT stitched snowdrift, homespun stitched lines, and mini scallop stitched rectangles. PTI linen impression plate. Inks: Altenew frosty pink, coral berry, forest glades and frayed leaf. Memento black. Other: SU! pear pizzazz seam binding ribbon, linen thread, and pearls.


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Absolutely love it! Thanks, dear friend!

Greta H

Absolutely stunning--love this!

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