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31 July 2016


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donna mikasa

Wonderful take on the sketch! I love the shine and gloss on the flip flops!

Joanne James

As someone who loves to spend the summer months in flip flops, I would echo the sentiment of your card 100% this week Jaydee! Love the light woodgrain background and wavy paper too.

Colleen Begley

Love this card, Jaydee! That shine is so cool and it's all so creative. A perfect summer card.

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, I couldn't agree more! Your card is so FUN and summery! The shimmer and shine is perfect! XX

Jen Mitchell

I love your beach theme. Nothing says summer to me quite like flip flops and when they sparkle it's even better! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS(E) This Sketch!


SO cute...and the sentiment is SO true!Love the sparkle too:)


What a wonderful card....love this sketch! It's simple but has enough elements to keep your interest, especially with the embossing and the SHINE!

Leigh Penner

Oh, this is so fun (& true!) Great take on the sketch!


I LOVE your card this week Jaydee! It's an awesome take on the sketch !
Thanks for joining us at CAS(e) this sketch!

linda callahan

My sentiments exactly! Wonderful summery card - love that extra sparkle!

Sandy M

Great beachy card, Jaydee. I have this kit also and have done very little with it so I thank you for the inspiration. Who makes that textured woodgrain paper? I love it.

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