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Online Card Class Day 1

At the last minute I decided to take this Online Card Class.  It's my third, and they are always wonderful!  

Here's my Day 1 card, based on a sketch by Kristina Werner.  I think it will be a great go-to sketch for masculine cards.  Partially die cut a shape at the edge of the card, stamp on the card base, add a little flagged sentiment, and voila!

Paper: PTI White, New Leaf Stripes PP, SU Cajun Craze
Ink: PTI Blueberry Sky, Versamark
Stamps: MFT Gift Card Greetings, PTI Tweet Talk
Other: Circle Nesties, square punch for flag end, white Filigree EP, dimensional tape

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  1. Great card- a manly man card to me and those are always hard to come up with. Love it!

  2. Love it, Cheryl! It's a real standout with those bright colors!!

  3. Fabulous! I used this stamp too! I really like the colours you've used, the striped paper and blue for the stamp. Just super!

  4. This is so perfect and CAS, Cheryl!


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