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#314 1.5.24

I decided to die cut the word love as my four shapes per the sketch.  I die cut three of each letter and then stacked together.  I dug out a piece of pattern paper, cut it down a bit and then used a curved edge. aysi 314 1

I wanted to stick with the one color theme so I die cut a piece of highland heather to go under the pattern paper and then layered everything according to the sketch.  I added a few rhinestones to add a bit of bling and was done. aysi 314 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, highland heather and botanical butterfly dsp.  Stamps:  The Greetery love is.  Dies:  SSS curved edge.  MFT washi tape.  PTI linen plate.  The Greetery slim alphabet.  Other:  rhinestones.


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Heather Heroldt

Just beautiful, Jane - I love your take on the sketch - that curve is so graceful - and way to go on those layers!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

I love purple and the monochrome design gives your card a really serene feel Jane - great sentiment too. Gorgeous!

Heather Cooper

Jane, this is a great take on the sketch: You have the 4 objects, but the curve is in the background paper. I love the colour you chose and the way you gave the letters depth by stacking them. The whole effect is very serene! Beautiful job!

Jan Clothier

I like your strong-lined interpretation of the sketch, Jane. The monochromatic scheme looks smart and fresh while the inclusion of the soft curve on the right hand side is a lovely touch.

Deborah Wheeler

That's so beautifully simple Jane - great idea to use the letters for the sketch!

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