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It’s the second week of the Retro Rubber Easter theme challenge so I decided to create something else for the challenge.


I love this image from Papertrey Ink so I quickly stamped up these daisies and added an Easter sentiment. I layered the card front on crushed curry and then on a base of crumbcake. A few pearls was all it needed to finish it off.

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Funny thing – I had every intention of stamping and coloring a daffodil for this card but for whatever reason, I grabbed the daisies and didn’t realize until I was finished what I did! I may or may not be losing it! LOL!

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I am also playing along with The Paper Players clean and simple challenge.  Their challenge is to celebrate spring.  So this may not seem too springy of a card but I just picked up some lovely yellow daisies at the store yesterday so maybe I am not so far off!

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

Supplies: CS: PTI white. SU! crushed curry and crumbcake. Inks: SU! wild wasabi, crushed curry and sahara sand. Memento black. Stamps: PTI flower favorites. PTI keep it simple Easter. Other: PTI linen impression plate.


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Claire Broadwater

Jane, this is so beautiful! A perfect CAS Easter card! The pearls are the perfect finishing touch! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week ! XX


Daisies are always a good selection!! LOVE your color combo : )


Joanne James

Very pretty Jane and your daisies are just perfect for spring! Love the addition of the pearls too. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

Katy McGloin

Ohhhh.... and I love this one too!!

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