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Today I have a quick card that I made for the Fab Friday Challenge.

I started with some designer paper from the SU! cupcakes and carousels pattern pack and made 3X3 squares that I layered with very vanilla. I also cut a 3X3 square of so saffron that I backed with very vanilla as well.

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I layered these up and added a sentiment and button to follow the sketch. Very clean and layered!

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

Supplies: CS: SU! Bermuda bay, very vanilla, so saffron and cupcakes and carousels dsp. Stamps: PTI KIS birthday 2. Other: PTI linen impression plate. MFT washi tape die. SU! button and twine.


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Amanda Mertz

This is a fun way to highlight those great DSP images! A great card design to stock up on and add sentiments as needed! Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

Amy Koenders

Oh, so pretty! Love that carousel horse paper, perfect colors and design! Thanks for joining us at Fab Friday, hope to see you again soon!

Heather H

What a bright and cheery card! I love your layering details and that big happy button! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

Cindy Beach

Your layered papers are beautiful, I love those colors! I think the button works very well to anchor the design. Thanks for playing with us at Fab Friday!


Oh I love how you layered all those fun papers. Such a cute way to use the button too!! Great design.

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