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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Love Ya

Hello to all,

I hope your Tuesday has gone by uneventfully. I had a few work meetings, but mostly a fairly light day and finished up early afternoon.

I made my card for this week's Paper Players Challenge on Sunday evening, but didn't get around to photographing it until this afternoon. This week Sandy is hostess with a CAS challenge with a theme of fruits and vegetables. CAS cards are not my forte. I like layers and embellishments. I managed a very simple card with one layer. Simple in that it uses stickers. I really don't know what inspired the concept, but it did turn out bright and fun.

The card base is X-Press It Blending card stock. Using the Misti, I arranged all of the frames on it. They are inked with Memento tuxedo black and stamped all at once. I colored them with bright Copics to match the shades in the fruit stickers. I also added some sparkle to the frames with a Nuvo glitter pen. The stickers are by Amy Tangerine and are from a SSS Monthly kit. Ten minutes at the most to do this card!

Here's the inside. The sentiment is from the same sticker pack and the puffy stickers are also Amy Tangerine, from another pack in the same SSS kit.

Enjoy your evening. We are having Happy Hour at a local wine tasting shop with friends. Should be fun!

Thanks for stopping in,

Stamps: Flirty Frames set by Lawn Fawn
Paper: X-Press It Blending card stock
Ink: Memento tuxedo black and Copics
Other: Amy Tangerine stickers, Misti Stamping Tool, Nuvo glitter pen


  1. Hi Colleen! This is so FUN! I love all the little frames and what a great way to showcase the stickers! I have a lot of stickers and never know what to do with them. I am like you, CAS cards so very difficult for me! So happy you joined us this week at The Paper Players ! XX

  2. Love it Colleen - your framed fruit and veg are like little works of edible art! Thanks for joining us over at The Paper PLayers this week!


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