Monday, April 25, 2022

Create With Friends for #FMS532

 Hello and thanks for visiting!

 This super fun sketch from Kim at Freshly Made Sketches helped me create a quick and simple card, thanks Kim.  Please click on the #FMS532 image below to visit their blog and enjoy the inspiration.

Assembly & Trix:

*  The retiring Abstract Beauty Specialty DSP, #158039 comes in 4 x 6 pieces, perfect for a quick and simple cards.  The Stripes & Splatters 3D Embossing Folder, #157980  is carrying over into the upcoming Annual Catalogue.  ***Trix, flip the embossed layer of Basic White over and use the 'debossed' side for a bit of interest.

*  The Celebrate You comes from the retiring Create With Friends stamp set, #156058.  it's heat embossed with White from The Basics, #155554 collection of Stampin' Emboss Powders, on a retiring Magenta Madness strip to match the card base.  

***  You may see a few more quick & simple cards in the next few days, as I steal time away from this super cute cuddlebug.  Yes I have forgotten how time consuming a new pup is - ha ***

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