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Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative!

Wish you were here…

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I have a very CAS card for you today that was completely inspired by a card I received from a dear friend- Patti from Stationary Styles. This card inspired me so much that I decided to make my own die-cut of Florida on my Silhouette Cameo. This card has prompted tons of possibilities for sentiments and I have made quite a few.  I have even made some Christmas cards too.  These are very popular in the store where I sell my cards.  The sentiment for this card is from Simon Says Stamps.

This card really speaks to me today as it’s my daughter in law’s birthday, and I am missing them so very much. We have never gone this long without seeing one another.

I am linking this up over at Just Add Ink where the challenge is the Letter F- Florida!

Have a wonderful day and stay safe, Nanc’

Here is the card from Patti!

 

 

7 thoughts on “Wish you were here…

  1. Be still my heart! I adore this white on white with the bold black sentiment and that single heart is todie for. So darn adorable!

  2. So perfect, Nancy! I’ve seen ads for Michigan dies but didn’t know how I’d use one. Since you’re selling yours I can see the need.

  3. CAS Perfection and absolutely amazing my friend! They are missing you just as much I think! This speaks volumes!

  4. A classically CAS style card. A great re-creation. Chantell Just Add Ink

  5. Very clever, and a wonderful project for our JAI Challenge. Thankyou for playing along, Nancy. D x

  6. So very clever!!! Thank you for sharing with us at Just Add Ink! Kelly x

  7. This is just brilliant Nancy! Love the Florida cut out with the heart and the sentiment is gorgeous with it too. I’m so sorry you are missing your loved ones so much. I’m struggling with this too. Sending hugs, Vicky x

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