“Love” for FMS250 challenge

I finally got my back-ordered Sunshine Wishes thinlit dies, so I could create this card, using the FMS250 sketch, that has been floating in my imagination all week. It was so simple, quick (under 5 minutes, tops!) and I love the way it looks. A stockpile card for my sweetie for the next occasion when I need a special card for him…thank goodness he doesn’t read my blog!

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Here’s the FMS250 template I used:

FMS Final 250sketch

Here’s the supplies you’ll need to recreate this card:

Quote of the Day:
Sometimes the most simple thing can bring the most love and happiness…and this card will do just that when I give it to my sweet hubby!

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5 Responses to “Love” for FMS250 challenge

  1. Kim S says:

    Absolutely charming!! LOVE the freshness of navy and white and the fun of the polka dot! A perfect way to show off those dies. Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

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  2. Cindy Hall says:

    This is such a fabulous card to show your sweetie how much he means! Love vet the diecuts, colors and the row of pearls. Beautiful CAS card! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  3. Deepa M. says:

    What a great card, love how you interpreted the sketch. You used that strip of rhinestones perfectly to add just the right amount of bling without being girly! Have a great weekend 🙂

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    • JB Stamper says:

      Thanks Deepa! I was really pleased with how fast this came together once I had the dies! And, yes, bling was necessary. But it is understated and would still work for a guy!

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