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Faux Fun-WMS Sketch

Claire is hosting a contest in honor of her 1 year anniversary with Walzingmouse Stamps. If you have not seen her work or her stamps, RUN to her blog and website! This girl is simply amazing. This card is my take on the sketch (with a little creative license sprinkled in...the rounded corners count as circles, right?). Here's the sketch:

I love, love, love this stamp from Waltzingmouse Stamps! I bought the whole set based on this stamp, and I couldn't wait to heat emboss it. I also love that there is an opening for the sentiment. Great work, Claire! The card is 4 1/4" x 4 1/4".
Paper: PTI White, Black, Berry Sorbet
Ink: Versafine Onyx, Versamark
Stamps: WMS Faux Fun Circles, PTI Everyday Classics
Other: Filigree embossing powder, corner chomper


  1. Simply gorgeous! Thanks for playing Cheryl! love your take on it!!

  2. Cheryl, Gorgeous... I am itching to use that same set. Thought I might even make 2 cards for this challenge.

  3. Oh my. I love this stamp too and I've never seen it. Gorgeous Cheryl! An the sentiment fits inside perfectly!

  4. I love this stamp too, it's very versatile, I love the zingy feel to it!

  5. So pretty! I just love that stamp and your take on the sketch is just perfect

  6. Yep, the rounded corners sure do count!!! Love the rose and white color scheme.
    Angela xxx.

  7. Such a pretty take on the sketch!

  8. That image looks so awesome embossed in white! Just gorgeous!

  9. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving that lovely comment.

    That design looks very nice done like that. I'm sure that Claire will accept those rounded corners as circles. (lol)

  10. Cheryl this is WONDERFUL! I love your take on the sketch!!!

  11. Really like the colour scheme you've chosen and some lovely embossing. Simple and beautiful!

  12. Very pretty, of course rounded corners are circles!


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