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Happy Friday and greetings from Hong Kong!

It's another INSPO challenge across at Festive Friday for you and this week we are celebrating Easter.  As usual, you don't have to follow our theme - you just need to choose at least three of the items from our INSPO list to include on your creation.

I decided it was time to pull out an old set from The Greetery featuring lilies.  After all - they are just perfect for Easter themed cards.  Mind you, I didn't follow the theme and made this a happy you day card.

Here's a sneak peek:

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And here is our INSPO list for this week

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I decided to make a card that was NOT slimline.... I don't know what I was thinking before I left....  but I certainly was more than a little enamoured with slimlines!  I began by die-cutting the lily pieces and coloring them with my blenders.  Once again I used the scalloped frames from Pinkfresh Studio to frame the flowers.

Really easy card to put together, even with the coloring of the individual pieces.  Here's my card:


As always, the design team have some fabulous inspiration for you:


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



Card recipe:

  • Botanical die-cuts:  Lilies - The Greetery
  • Frames:  Pinkfresh Studio


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Kris Markham

Jaydee, that card is gorgeous!!!!

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