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#302 6.30.23

I started by die cutting a couple of stitched vertical strips and then ended up layering them.  That wasn’t my original intent but I couldn’t decide what width I like better so when in doubt – layer! aysi 302 1

I knew I wanted a fairly large and bold floral so that I could stamp my sentiment over it and ended up finding this old hydrangea bloom.  I stamped it in bubble bath and love it!  I added the sentiment and then die cut the wonky frame.  I layered everything up and was done! aysi 302 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, bubble bath and crumbcake.  Stamps:  SU! wisteria wishes and blooming with kindness.  Dies:  Lil Inker wonky frames.  PTI linen plate.  MFT vertical stitched strips.  Inks:  SU! bubble bath.  Other:  SU! pearls.


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Heather Heroldt

Love this so much, Jane! Just perfectly CAS, and I love color over kraft! Great idea to layer the strips - beautiful detail!

Heather Cooper

Jane, the pale pink and the kraft look so good together! I love that hydrangea stamp with the pale pink as well! I like your idea of a layered look for the center stripe. You always have such great ideas!

Jan Clothier

Pretty and seemingly simple, yet the clever colour combination and stitched details gives it a stylish elegance. I like the shape you used for the focal point too. I've not seen that before. :-)

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

So beautiful Jane - you are the master of a good CAS card! I am a big fan of Bubble Bath and I never realised how beautiful it combined with Crumb Cake, so I am going to save that one! Love the layering and the wonky shape that frames your floral beautifully. Fabulous!

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