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We Heart You CFC88

Alrighty, I'm doing triple duty with this card today, which is a good thing, because although it looks pretty clean and simple, it took me a really long time.  Well, that's not saying much.  I'm a slow crafter anyway.

First up is the CAS-ual Fridays challenge to use lettering.

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Next up we have the Online Card Class (Clean and Simple 2) Bonus Day 1-Die Cutting

And finally, we have today's Papertrey Make It Monday #103-Double Die Cutting.

Tired yet?  I die cut these heart tags from PTI's Tremendous Tags die, then die cut them again with the Block Alphabet dies.  I adhered the red paper behind, and then decided to glitter the hearts.  Backwards, I know.    I colored those small hearts with my Copic marker to match, and threaded some twine through the tags.  And no stamps.  Weird.


Paper: PTI White, Sweet Blush polka dot, SU Cherry Cobbler
Dies: PTI Tremendous Tags, Block Alphabet
Other: Glitter Ritz Warm Highlight glitter, Prima rhinestone hearts, Copic marker, dimensional tape, twine


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  1. This is pretty and perfect, Cheryl! Hmmm, you have me thinking that I should have maybe ordered those tremendous tags....

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  2. Oh, Cheryl, that's adorable! I love the way your strung the hearts on the twine. Thanks so much for playing along. :-)

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  3. I love the glittered hearts - this tag set does make great banners!

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  4. Oh this is such a sweet card,love the happy polka dots! Great idea to make a banner this is just adorable and beautiful!

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  5. How adorable!! Love those glittery hearts with letters! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  6. Cheryl, this is so cute and creative. I like that clothesline of hearts! Such a great take on the love letter challenge! Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays:)

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