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RRCB 180

I had many stops and starts on this one and ended up with something super clean and simple.  More simple than I intended for sure!  I cut some pattern papers and backed with crisp cantaloupe and adhered to the card front.

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I stamped the sentiment from my Neat and Tangled Scandinavian Flowers stamp set from 2015, die cut and popped up on the card.  Done after about three hours of different ideas.  Sometimes I find the simpler the sketch, the harder it is.  Too many options!  Hopefully you won’t be stymied! 

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, crisp cantaloupe, black and sweet sorbet dsp.  Stamps:  Neat and Tangled Scandinavian Flowers (2015).  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  SSS sketchy banners.


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Heather Heroldt

Oh, so sweet, Jane - I remember these papers! I really miss Crisp Cantaloupe, none left for me, sigh. I still have some little decor items in this DSP, though - what a great CAS card it makes! Love it!

LeAnne Pugliese

I, like Heather, remember these papers (still hoarding some!) and wish Cantaloupe would return too! What a pretty color and what a pretty card!

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