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Freshly Made Fridays, #25

Todays card is very special to me. Not only did I combine a sketch challenge from Freshly Made Sketches with an actual card I needed to create, I used up some retired DSP too! Yes! (I do have a lot of it, and I am thrilled to pull it out to use it.)

See my lovely creation –

I adore this card and did NOT want to give it out. That must mean it will be extra special, right? I made it for Crystal, Happy Birthday Crystal! Unfortunately, I am late to celebrate her day, so, I just reworked the card.

Here is what I worked from –

Supplies. On Your Birthday Stamp Set. StazOn Ink. Basic Black Card Stock. Ginger Blossom DSP (retired, um, sorry). 1 1/4″ Circle Punch. 3/8″ Basic Black Taffeta Ribbon.

I love to incorporate James Avery Charms into a card. This just ended being THE perfect sketch to highlight my ‘gift’. Combined with this Ginger Blossom DSP that has an Asian feel – this was way better than the Treat Cup slider I had originally made.

Happy (late) Birthday, Crystal!

Happy Stampin’



3 thoughts on “Freshly Made Fridays, #25

  1. Love your use of the DSP! I have not thought about James Avery charms in forever. I used to shop at their stores when I lived in Texas. No trip to the mall was complete without stopping in! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  2. Love, love, love the papers that you worked with and how you stamped directly on the DSP. It looks so professional and I can understand why you didn’t want to give it away! Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  3. Fabulous card Libby …. love all the papers you have used, they work so well together and your layers are perfect …. and how adorable is that sweet charm!
    Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!!!

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