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Just for You

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Hello, I had some time yesterday to make a card for the new CAS(E) this Sketch…sketch.  I am loving a new to me stamp set I got from SU called Celebrate Sunflowers.  I guarantee you will be seeing this stamp set and or matching die set a lot in the near future. it is really fabulous. I started off coloring the sunflowers with my Copics with a touch of colored pencils too.  As for the butterflies, those are from Pretty Pink Posh and the sentiment is from MFT. I had this piece of cardstock already stamped with the text from Simon says Stamps waiting to be used.  As I was laying out all my pieces, I thought it looked a little plain all by itself. Mind you, I had already glued it to the back of the black frame when I decided to ink it up.  I used a piece of acetate, made myself a mask and carefully inked it with a bit of Oxide inks. I think that did the trick and made it far more interesting.

I will also be linking this up over at Darnell’s NBUS.

I hope you are having a wonderful day, however you have chosen to spend it. Nanc’

 

8 thoughts on “Just for You

  1. This is so gorgeous and well designed.

  2. Beautiful card with those lovely sunflowers. Great job with the mask and inked section of the background, love it. TFS

  3. Oh, you are a brave lady, Nanc’! But your mask was secure and I love the extra interest from the golden panel! It really pins the gorgeous sunflower blooms to the corners and I love the added butterflies! An awesome design!! Thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS! Take care! Hugs, Darnell

  4. The design is wonderful, and you did a fabulous job of adding the inking at the end! Those sunflowers are gorgeous!

  5. This is gorgeous, Nancy! So bright and happy. The inking adds just the right touch!

  6. I love this card! Really nice!

  7. I adore the multiple frames on this card. It is an eyecatching card. I am so sorry that I am behind on comments, I will blame it on celebrating my birthday.

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