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Today's inspiration comes from LeAnne's Sketch at The Paper Players Challenge #592 & Stampin' Up Only Challenges #302 For The Kids theme - I chose to congratulate a graduate! Please click the hyperlinks to visit their blog post to enjoy even more inspiration!
Some of you may know I love embellishments, so these fab Brass Butterflies, #158136 are the focal point of the card and thank goodness they've carried over into the new Annual Catty or I'd have to go into hoard shopping mode - Ha! The Happy & Heartfelt Stamp Set #158005 is retiring, I love the sentiments in this set, so it'll be a keeper in my stash for sure. I used the retired Meadow Moments Embossing Folder, #153126, choose whichever embossing folder you like for added texture on the all white card.
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So pretty, Lesley - the abundant butterflies are gorgeous! Of course a baby congrats makes a perfect kid card - love how sweet this is! Thanks so much for playing at SU Only!ReplyDelete
Thx so very much Heather for your lovely compliment, thanks you for the inspiration!Delete
This is just beautiful! The wee bit of embossing adds such a nice touch, as do the butterflies and ribbon! Clean, fresh and delightful! Thanks for using my sketch this week at the Players!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Le Anne, I appreciate you visiting and leaving your lovely compliment! Thank you for the inspiration :)Delete
Clean and simple perfection, Lesley! The embossing and ribbon add beautiful texture, while all of the butterflies are the perfect embellishments. Thank you for playing with The Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
Thx so very much Ann! I was hoping the butterflies would fit the sketch :)Delete
I appreciate you dropping by and thank you for leaving your lovely compliment.
Thx so much for the fun sketch!
This card is gorgeously CAS, Lesley! You've showcased those brass butterflies to perfection. Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges!ReplyDelete
This is a fantastic and clever interpretation on our challenge for kids! Thank you so much for sharing. Thank you so much for joining us at SUOChallenges.com and we hope to see you back again tomorrow!ReplyDelete