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Happy Monday! Today I am playing along with the Freshly Made Sketches challenge. And although the sketch may seem simple, I love that every sketch the DT produces always tests my creativity!

I started today’s card by digging some flowery pattern paper out of my stash, cutting it in different sizes and then backing it with lost lagoon. fms 1 (544x640)

To break up the flowers, I added a strip of delightful Dijon between them. Then I stamped the flower image from the SU! number of years stamp set in pear pizzazz, delightful Dijon and calypso coral. I die cut the flower, added the sentiment and some pearls. fms 2 (640x330)

Then it was just a matter of layering everything up. I love how this card came out!

A SUPER HUGE THANK YOU to Cindy Hall and the gang at Freshly Made Sketches for selecting THIS card as the Queen of Clean! I was over the moon!

Thank you for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: SU! white, lost lagoon, delightful Dijon, and crumbcake. Pattern paper from stash. Stamps: SU! number of years and what I love. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT mini stitched scallop squares. Inks: SU! delightful Dijon, pear pizzazz and calypso coral. Pearls.


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linda callahan

Love this Jane! So soft and summery!

Amy O'Neill

Beautiful flowers and such a pretty card! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

Jen Brum

Beautiful card! Love the flowers and the different papers! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!


beautiful Card !

Narelle Farrugia

Absolutely beautiful! I just love these pretty colours together and I love the multi-coloured flower image you've used. Thanks for joining us at FMS this week!

Somerset Wedding Girl

Often layering can make things look a bit too much, but in this case you have executed it perfectly!

LeAnne Pugliese


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