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Feminine Sneak Peek!

Hey everyone!

I'm back from a whirlwind weekend of the United We Roll Alaska State Roller Derby Tournament and it was a blast!!

It's probably my favorite event of the year.

 I don't have much time today to chat, as I have 7 minutes to submit my card for the Watercooler Wednesday challenge!!

This week's theme was feminine!

Here goes!


I'll come back and edit once I submit!!

See you soon!


****Okay! Submit with 3 minutes to spare!

This gorgeous DSP is from the NEW Stampin' Up! catalog that will be released June 1! It's called Delightful Daisy and pairs with a pretty awesome punch. The colors are soft and feminine and I think you'll really love this pack. The sentiment, which is so sweet, is from the new Colorful Seasons bundle and I know for a fact you will love this one. It has TONS of stamps and matching dies to coordinate with the set.

I offset the paper and used the scallop circle from the layering circles thinlets, then stamped the sentiment in Versa Mark and finally heat set in copper. The little pool party bakers twine is form the Cupcakes and Carousels accessory pack, which is retiring at the end of the month.

I think it fits the feminine bill pretty well and was a pretty fast card to make--which is my favorite!

Have a stamptastic day!!

Product List: Not listed are Delightful Daisies DSP and Colorful Seasons Stamps

Comments

  1. What a lovely card! I love the colors and that new DSP paper is awesome! Thank you for joining us in Heidi’s WWC117 Feminine Anything Goes Challenge at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges.

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  2. Jayme, what a terrific card and what a rush you were in! But you made it and we get to enjoy the results. That copper embossing is so very pretty against the purple. It's not a combination that I would have thought of but now that I see how effective the contrast is, I definitely will have to use it. The more I see of the Delightful Daisy, not just the punch and stamp set, but also the DSP, the more I love the look. Your card is lovely and feminine, especially with the scalloped edge around the sentiment. Thanks for rushing in and making it before the challenge closed.

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  3. Thanks for joining us this week at Heidi's WWC117 Feminine Anything Goes Challenge. What a great card. The new DSP looks gorgeous.....love the colour and floral mix and it goes well with the copper stamping/embossing. Very feminine.

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  4. I'm glad you submitted your card it is lovely! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges!

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