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#313 12.1.23

I leaned into the star theme and finished my card in 10 minutes exactly.  I started by running the cardstock thru the linen plate and then the real red and white thru the star spangled impression plate.  I adhered the three layers together. aysi 313 1

I die cut the star and cut down a couple of pieces of bitty star paper and then adhered to the white.  I stamped the sentiment, added the gold star and then some enamel stars.  Oof!  My hands were shaking at the end! aysi 313 2

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, real red, old olive, and gold foil.  PTI bitty stars.  Stamps:  PTI winter bench.  Dies:  PTI linen plate, star spangled plate.  SSS sketchy star.  Other:  SU! enamel stars.


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Heather Heroldt

Just so lovely, Jane! Love this CAS beauty - that star die is amazing!

Jan Clothier

I love that star die cut! And the way you've added in those askew banners creates a great sense of movement. Another CAS beauty, Jane - showing that really, there's nothing simple about CAS at all!

Heather Cooper

You already know that I love this card, Jane! It's so dynamic, I love the die cut and the colours, and it just has that special something that makes it shine! (See what I did there?)

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

I love the detail of that diecut star Jane and the strips with the tiny stars compliment it perfectly. You are the queen of CAS - and speedy with stars too!

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