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Happy Saturday

It's the fabulous Sue's turn to host our Addicted to CAS Challenge  and her theme is right up my alley - and this one is for you Joan!  It was another excuse for me to ink up my Oopsie Daisy stamp and die from the Greetery and I mixed that with the Fit to be Tied die and a sentiment from the Sentiment Suite - Thinking of You - also from The Greetery.

 
It was time to pull out my Knit Wits stencil and use some embossing paste instead of ink.  I then stamped and die-cut the daisies and added them to the base layer  and popped up the sentiment to make it look as though it was attached to the fit to be tied twine.  Really easy and simple!
 
Here's my card:
Oopsiedaisy
I hope you will join us and play along with our challenge this week.  We would love to see YOUR floral creations.  As always, the design team have some fabulous inspiration and I hope you will visit them and check them out.
 
I'll be back tomorrow with my Paper Players card as well as some photographs.  In the meantime, warm hugs and prayers for those of you who need a little lift tonight.
Hugs
Jaydee
 
Card recipe:
  • Stamps and Dies:  Oopsie Daisy, Fit to be Tied, Sentiment Suite Thinking of You - The Greetery
  • Stencil:  Knit Wits - The Greetery

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Joan

Squeals with delight! This is the closest I've ever come to receiving a hand made card and I love it. You've even included the knit stencil, showing me again just how versatile the right stencil can be. Thank you for thinking of me.

jaydee

Joyce, thanks for letting me know that I hadn't published my post! Hopefully you have the info you need - it's a really fab die!
hugs
jaydee

Joyce

This card is lovely. I came here from the Paper Players to get a closer look at your fabulous house card, and looks like it is not posted. Perhaps you can post it and also tell me what die you used? Thanks, it's a stunner.

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