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  1. Whimsy Birthday
  2. MFT Color Challenge
  3. MFT WSC 220
  4. SYSC #11
  5. MFT WSC 219
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Whimsy Birthday

For my Whimsy card this week, I went pretty clean and simple.  I angled a white panel on a white base, and stamped 3 balloons (Happy Everything) on it.  I cut Happy (large happy word die) from orange cardstock and stamped triangles (Basic Backgrounds & Borders 2) in darker orange ink.  I cut birthday (large birthday word die) from darker orange cardstock three times, stacked them together, and adhered both words to my card front.

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MFT Color Challenge

I made this a while ago, just now getting around to posting it.  I cut strips of primitive white cardstock, stamped the dots on them, and adhered them to a charcoal base.  The flower is the bottom two layers of the camellia hybrid flower, love it!


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MFT WSC 220

Popping in with sketch 220. 

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SYSC #11

We have an inspiration picture for this challenge.
 
 
I was inspired by the animals in the picture, so I pulled out Into the Woods stamp set and the matching Woodland Critters dies to make my card.

I die cut and stamped three bunnies and lined them up against a hill (Stitched Border Trio).
I cut the scripty love out three times, stamped lines on it (Basic Backgrounds & Borders), glued them all together and adhered to my card.  The YOU is from Smarty Pants, as is the arrow line.
 
Hop on over to the SYSC blog for all the details, I hope you'll play along with us.
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MFT WSC 219

I used the scribble from Whimsical Wishes to mimic the Circle Scribble flowers that I don't own (yet) for my card this week.  I simply turned the scribble stamp upside down and stamped it as a solid circle. 

The diecut Happy (which is covered with crystal effects) represents the wide panel on the sketch.

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