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PSC30 Mother's Day @ Perfect Sentiments

Happy Wednesday! Perfect Sentiments Challenge wants to see what YOU can come up with doing our challenge this week.

You could win 5 digital images from Robyns Fetish shop











It's not much longer till Mother's Day so this is the week to make sure you have your's done!
The sentiment needs to be on the front of the card.
The twist: have to use handmade flowers

The pink cardstock was altered by stamping flowers & vines using Tim Holtz distress ink. Then I took a white gel pen & did some coloring on top of it. I have a close up on the 3rd picture.
 Our image was provided by our sponsor this week. Isnt' she cute?  I colored her with pencils & distress the edges.  I'll be using her again!
The main part of my flower: I used 1 inch wide strip from my 12 inch designer paper & scored every 1/4 inch, folded back & forth & pressed into circle-had 2 small circles already punched & waiting & hot glued them to the center.  I sandwiched it in between 2 diecut flowers (Stampin up dies) and topped it with a button from my stash after tying some taffeta around it. Cute button huh?
For more inspiration and wonderful cards:
Please check our our talented design team:

Jenn
Abby
Cheryl 
Jan   

May Guest Designers
Can't wait to see what you come up with! Be sure & go to our home page: Perfect Sentiments Challenge to link your card.  The deadline is 5/8/12.

Thanks for stopping by & I pray you have a blessed day!!

~KC Inspired
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