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Wild About Flowers and the CCMC#449

If it is Thursday then it is time for me to share with you the Create with Connie and Mary Challenge.  This week it is a Sketch Challenge and it is number 449.


Here's what I made for the challenge.

Wild About Flowers #stampinup

This is a quick and easy card.  The trickiest part is figuring out the size of the panels and the layer.  The panels I made were 1-1/2" x  3-1/2"  and the layer measures 3-5/8" x  4-3/4".  

Wild About Flowers

There are certain stamp sets that  I reach for a lot.  When it comes to sentiments, the sets I always come back to are Teeny Tiny Wishes, Thoughtful Banners and Sunshine Wishes.  I think those sets should have you covered for almost all occasions.

I didn't have any Neutrals Enamel Shapes so I got my trusty  black Sharpie marker and colored over a  couple of Soft Sky enamel shapes.  


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I hope you will check out what the rest of the design team created.  You can also get all the details on how you can participate in the challenge by going to the Create with Connie and Mary Challenge blog.

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Create with Connie and Mary

Beautiful! Love the poppies in the panel and love the red/black/white look! Great job with the sketch challenge this week!

Donna Bagwell

Very nice, Sharon!

Marelle Taylor

Such a pretty card! Love it

Tracy May

Beautiful Sharon - love your colour scheme as well

Jennifer Downey

I haven't pulled this set out in a while, and now I have too! Your color combination is so crisp and inviting. Wonderful!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks! It is definitely my go to color choice in stamping and clothing!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Donna! Hope all is well with you and your husband. Thanks for stopping by the blog!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Marelle.

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Tracy. It is definitely my go to color combination

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Jennifer. I have been trying to use some of my older sets. They have definitely been feeling neglected.

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