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Hello,
Here is this week's sketch!


Here's my card:


In order to make the happy die cuts dimensional, I layered two layers of thick black cardstock then the coloured cardstock on top.
Supplies:
Stamps: Keep it Simple: Happy Birthday
Paper: White, Black, Royal Velvet, Raspberry Fizz, Taken with Teal
Accessories, etc.: Wet Paint Dies #1

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FTL312 Merry

Hey Everyone!! Hope you are all having a wonderful Monday!! Heres my card for this weeks sketch!!






When I originally saw this weeks sketch I dreamt of snow flakes…but I just got the matching dies for these poinsettias this week and figured I could use those for something a little different!! For the leaves behind the poinsettias I just used the larger image from the set. Just to add a little something more to the card!!

Hope you enjoy!!
Chera~
    

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Hello!

Here's this week's sketch.


Here's my card:



I used a 1 inch circle punch and some sparkly festive paper for the circle element. I added a greeting from Tree Trimming Trio (PTI) with Fresh Snow ink on some black cardstock. Super quick card to make!


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Some Fun Halloween Cards For You, FTL311

Hi stampers! Today I have 2 fun Halloween cards for you. One is from the sketch for last week and I just didn't upload it on time. That was such a cool sketch and Natasha's and Chera's cards were breathtaking. Don't you think so? I sure do!

It's hard for me to get into Autumn or Christmas when it's still in the 80s daily and the warmest months in San Francisco this time of year. It's also when we get the most earthquakes and we've been getting a lot of them in the Bay Area lately, like 6.2 earthquakes, which are respectable. Even a 2.6, if you're 6 miles from the epicenter, look out. The last one was a rolling and a shaker earthquake. You have to live here to understand what I mean :( Harriet lives in the Bay Area so she's been rocking' lately too.

Anyhow it's time for my cards now. I do ask that you keep me in your prayers. I've had a right-hand wrist drop for 2 months now and I'm very tired of this. I have to wear a brace. I took my dad's car out the other day and almost screamed since I'm getting some feeling back. It takes every single everything to turn the key in the ignition. I drive a Volvo, so no key. The fob just has to be within a certain distance that I usually toss in my cup holder. To text, I had 3 stylus's and of course, I can't find one right now, which really means it's somewhere on this crazy messy desk of mine - but, I got the new iPhone 6 Plus. Totally dwarfs the 5 and way bigger keyboard. I'm very happy with it so far, although it's hard to cram in the back of your Levi's pocket since it's not long enough. If I put my cell in my purse, it's gone forever. Google "drop wrist" and it will explain it to you. I don't have the use of my right hand is what it boils down to. I used to love getting my hair done. Now it's mandatory. You can stop by my blog for updates or other social media avenues that I have to keep up with my progress, or lack thereof.

I want to let you know that this is also a very common stamper's injury. I'm hoping to make a video before next Monday to show you what this is all about. Typing does not do me any favors since I index finger type with the right hand keeping it in the drop position. Not good.

I do hope you like my cards. I do stalk your blogs to see what you made and what a talented group of participants we have weekly that are so faithful to play along with us. It's safe to say that we all appreciate you.

Thank you for visiting today!



I used all My Favorite Things on this week's sketch and all Papertrey Ink on last week's sketch.  



    

311!

Wow! It's October 10th already!

Here's this week's sketch.

I wasn't feeling terribly creative and had to force myself to make something for the sketch, so I ended up deviating just a bit from the sketch. The general repeated sentiment and angle theme are still there. It's not my favorite, but like I said I wasn't feeling too inspired!


Supplies:
Stamps: Keep it Simple: Season's Greetings
Ink: Blueberry Sky, Spring Rain
Paper: White, Retired SU! DSP, Blueberry Sky
Accessories, etc.: Organdy ribbon, glitter, echo park snowflake die

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