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You've Got This | WWYS#67

Welcome back to another week with What Will You Stamp?  This week we are featuring the gorgeous You've Got This set.

The solitary flower in this set is just lovely, it makes such a statement.  I've water coloured using Pink Pirouette with a touch of Sweet Sugar Plum for added depth and Wild Wasabi for the stem. the glistening "early morning" shimmer on the petals is thanks to Wink of Stella! 


I created the scalloped edging on the sentiment border by some "creative Big Shotting" using the new Layered Squares framelits! I chose the largest scalloped square, and instead of rolling all the way through the Big Shot and cutting the square I stopped short and then repositioned the framelit to make a long strip - a little fiddly til I got the hang of it, but well worth it to create of the scalloped border.
I've used one of my favourite colour combinations, pastel pinks and browns

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Comments

  1. Lovely card, I like the pinks and the layout, easy but classy. I want you to know how much I enjoy your cards, you have excellent ideas and they are presented so well. Thank you for sharing with us.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Sherlie, you've made my day :)

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  2. Such a soft and gentle card Sue. Well made and gorgeous color combinations, love it.

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  3. What a classy card you made. I love the color combination espessialy Pink Pirouette with Sweet Sugarplum. I have to try that on my next card:) The trick with the scalloped edge is great:) Well done Sue

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