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Thursday, May 11, 2017

20 Cards in a Tin - Day TWO - Blank Card

Good morning folks! What a difference a day makes...yesterday it was 85 degrees (I'm not ready for summer) and today it's gonna be 60 degrees (almost the perfect temperature). Gotta love this little mountain town that I live in...I feel so blessed!! Yesterday I had to go down the mountain to see my optometrist! I was thrilled to find out that my prescription hasn't changed and I don't need new glasses! FIRST time since I began wearing glasses that my appointment only cost me $10.00! I just can't quit smiling...especially because it's NEW CATALOG time! Please message me if you need a catalog and I will put one in the mail...those of you who attend my workshops...I'll personally hand you yours and the end of class!  

Well...I'm back with another card from my 20 Cards in a Tin class. It's a blank card that can be used for any occasion! I can't wait to do another class like this....we had a blast! 


I used the Botanical Gardens designer paper for the first layer of this card. Sadly it is no longer available but we have some beautiful new designer paper in the new catalog that I want to recreate this card with. You can also make your own gingham, in your FAVORITE color using the Brushstrokes background stamp (a future card). I used Stylish Stems framelits for the flower and leaf, the May Flowers framelits or the Flourish thinlits would work beautifully as well. There are also a couple of new framelits which are FABULOUS...so expect to see this card layout again...it's a simple sketch and goes together so easily. The Stitched Shapes framelits are being carried over and I am so HAPPY...I have been using them so much lately!!! 

Have I told recently how much I love what I do and how much I love sharing what I do with you? Thanks so much for following along and allowing me to inspire you!

Have a FANTASTIC day!


~Today's Thought~

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