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PSC29 All Occasion Sketch

Happy Hump day!!  I've had a fast week. They go by faster & faster  just like momma said!  This week @ Perfect Sentiments Challenge as always we want a sentiment on the front of the card-but you pick which occasion you want to use.
The twist: use the following sketch:

Loads of possibilities.

The winner this week will get a digi image from:

  Patties Creations

Here's my card:
 I used a new technique I learned last week from my Stampin Up consultant.  I stamped the angel image on vellum with versa mark and used black embossing powder.  You color it in on the BACKSIDE.  I used Stampin Up markers.  It shows up beautifully. This picture truly does NOT do it justice.  (The vellum is causing a blur look)
 The white cardstock underneath was stamped with a single stamp I picked up from Michael's. I colored the centers of the flowers with a yellow Stampin Up marker. 
 My sentiment is from Desert Diva=Hannelie

two shots of my handmade flowers. I used Stampin Up punch. I sponged Not quite Navy ink on the edges , hot glued 3 layers and put a tiny pearl in the center.  The ribbon I used is like crushed suede & I love it.

We have some amazing ladies on our design team.  I hope you'll take the time to check them out:

Chrissy, Guest Designer ~
You can't win if you don't play!  Jump on over to Perfect Sentiments Challenge and add your card TODAY!
 honor your father and mother,’ and ‘love your neighbor as yourself.’ ”
Matthew 19:18-20

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