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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

"All the Details" Card

This bright, summery paper packet, called "Jubilee" is another one of the CTMH retiring products that is only available for 2 more days! If you want to get your packet before they are gone, please click HERE.

This card is a tall and skinny 3.5" x 5.5" card. The background paper is Indian Corn Blue and all of the patterned papers are from the Jubilee Paper Packet. I used Indian Corn Blue and Honey inks to sponge around my paper edges, and Cranberry ink to stamp my sentiment.

I love the way the bright reds, blues, yellow, and green complement each other in this summery card! The Jubilee inspired colors were part of the Color Dare #103 challenge this week, found HERE. The official challenge colors were: Honey, Indian Corn Blue, Topiary, and Cranberry.

I will be linking this card to Color Dare, and also to Mojo Monday, challenge #356, found HERE. Mojo Monday provided the tall and skinny sketch for this card. Thank you to both challenges, I always have fun playing along each week!

I'll see you in the craft room,
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  1. I love how you combined the two challenges. The way you cut your circle from the Jubilee paper makes it look like a lace doily in back. Very cool!! Thanks for linking through to Color My Heart with your creative inspiration.

  2. Lovely card, Suzanne! I'll be missing that Jubilee paper that you featured so nicely along with the Mojo Monday sketch. Thanks for playing along again at the Color Dare!
    :) Marie

  3. I saw your card posted on Color My Heart. It is just beautiful!


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