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Welcome to The Card Concept #3 – Use Monochromatic PINK!  This week’s challenge is right up my pink, shabby lovin’ alley!


I began with a base of vanilla onto which I layered a piece of kraft with inked edges.  Then I layered two coordinating patterned papers from SU! and machine stitched around the edges.  I stamped a ‘LOVE’ postage stamp and cancellation markings onto a digital vintage printable using the Love stamp set from Paper Sweeties and then adhered it to the base of my card.


I created a nosegay using some Tea seam binding and then layered with paper leaves, a Prima bloom and Rusty Bells strung on a snipett of Peppermint Baker’s Twine.  To complete my shabby creation, I added two organza vanilla flowers, a couple of glittered chipboard pieces and two sweet flower shaped, iridescent Cotton Candy Sequins!


Please be sure to visit The Card Concept to be inspired by the lovely projects created by the rest of the teamies this week … I can’t wait to see how you are inspired to play along!

Inspired by these current challenge:  Paper Sweeties Inspiration #15 – be mine; Fussy & Fancy #106 – vintage; Catered Crop – heart of the matter; Pile it On #5 – ribbon; Cupcake Inspirations #246 – photo inspiration/hearts; Word Art Wednesday #118 – anything; 7 Kids College Fund #92 – anything w/ Valentine; The Shabby Tea Room #204 – all that glitters in love; Simon Says Stamp – have a heart; Seize the Sketch #13 – sketch; Color Throwdown #278 – green, pink, red, white, kraft


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  1. Just lovely, Debbie! The peachy-pink and kraft are wonderful together! Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Have a Heart!

  2. Hay Debbie,

    Your card is just LOADED with loveliness! I would not even know where to start. Its so gorgeous it should hang on a wall hehe!


  3. Your card is so pretty Debbie, well, all your cards are so pretty Debbie. 🙂 I love this shabby card, the more you look the more loveliness you see.

  4. What a beautiful card Debbie. Love the pink hues, the post card, the cluster of flowers… the chipboard pieces look fabulous. Thank you for playing along with us at The Color Throwdown.

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