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Happy Friday.

It's another challenge across at FestiveFriday this week - the home of the INSPO challenge.  Our challenge is a paper crafting and card making challenge designed around international days of celebration.  Our theme for this week's challenge is INTERNATIONAL CARD MAKING DAY.  As a card making challenge, we couldn't resist celebrating that :-)  For my card I brought out two of my favorite sets - a die set from Stampin' Up! called Paper Florist and a stamp and die set from The Greetery called Pretty Postmarks.   Oh... and it's  a profusion in pink :-)

Here's a sneak peek:

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And here is our INSPO list.  All you need to do is choose at least 3 of the words from this list and incorporate them on your card.

The minute I saw envelope and postage stamp on the INSPO list I knew what set I was going to use:-)  I began by stamping and die-cutting all the elements from the Pretty Postmarks set and the envelope from Signed and Sealed (also from The Greetery).  Once I had those ready, I embossed a piece of white card stock with the Timeworn Type embossing folder from SU.  I die-cut the flowers from Paper Florist and all that was left was to build my card.

Here's thre finished product in all its pinkness :-)



Heat embossing, layers, envelope, postage stamp

I hope you will join us and play along with our challenge.  As always the design team have some fabulous inspiration for you:


I'll be back tomorrow with another card.   In the meantime, warm hugs and prayers for those of you who need a lift tonight.



Card recipe:

  • Stamps:  signed & Sealed and Pretty Postmarks - both from The Greetery
  • Flowers:  Paper Florist - Stampin' Up!


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Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

This is so pretty Jaydee! Your collage of elements come together to make a beautiful and feminine post-themed card. I love everything about it!

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