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Happy 4th of July!

Pansy Patch Ombre Pocket

This month the Create with Connie & Mary Challenge  will be CASEing the catalog.   Every week a sample from the 2021-22 Annual Catalog will be selected and the design team will CASE it.  We might CASE the colors, sketch, or ?   You never know what will be the spark that fuels inspiration.

This week it is a sample on page 28, the Pansy Petals.

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I was pretty faithful to the sample except I made the project into a card.

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These gift bags are  fun to play with and can be used  for cards as well as packaging.  I used a Polished Pink Ombre Gift Bag  and cut it down in size so it measures 4-1/4" x 4-3/4" .  The card insert measures 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" so it is sized for an A-2 envelope.  I used the large scallop edge die from the Scallop Contours Dies (also part of the Color & Contour bundle) to cut the top of the pocket.    I also embossed it using the Check embossing folder from the Checks & Dots.   I used one of the Tailor Made Tags dies to cut out a design from the Pansy Petals DSP.   I used the Pansy dies to cut out a flower from the Pansy Petals DSP and leaves from Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen CS.

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The tags were secured in place using the Polished Pink Open Weave ribbon.  All the sentiments are from the Pansy Patch stamp set.   The In Color Jewels were used for the center of the flowers and to accent the sentiments.

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Thank you for stopping by.  Hope you will join in the challenge.  You can go to the Create with Connie & Mary Facebook page and join in the fun and post your entry in the comments.

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Starting today (July 1)  you can enjoy 15% discount on select packs of Designer Series Paper.  There are 9 to choose from and they are all great packs of paper!  Click HERE to see the 9 pack of paper available at a 15% discount.

 

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