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#270 3.11.2022

I love daisies and opted to stamp and die cut some orangish daisies.  Then I did a postage stamp square out of cork to pop the daisies on. aysi 270 1

I die cut a stitched rectangle out of mango melody that I ran through both my linen impression plate and my tin type impression plate.  I stamped and popped up the sentiment, added some bling and was done! aysi 270 2

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  SU! crumbcake, mango melody and cork.  Inks:  SU! mango melody, crushed curry, pear pizzazz and old olive.  Stamps:  PTI flower favorites.  Neat and Tangled Scandinavian prints.  Dies:  PTI linen plate, tin type plate, and flower favorites.  SU! stitched rectangles.  SSS postage stamp.  Other:  SU! rhinestones.


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Heather Heroldt

Love it, Jane! That is the cutest and happiest stem ever, and I LOVE that cork background! I actually just unearthed some sheets of this that I still have - definitely need to give them some love! What a great sentiment, too!


I love Mango Melody! It's such a happy colour. The sentiment is just wonderful!

Joanne James

Those bright daisies are anything but ordinary Jane - love the bright colours and the cork background adds great texture too. Fabulous!

Heather Cooper

I love how vibrant this card is, Jane, as well as the texture and contrast of the cork!


What a stunning card Jane - it really glows! I love the subtly embossed background and the cork ground, and the daisies look beautiful with the sentiment banner arranged across them. Vicky x

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