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Sister Stamps Release #23 -- Sakura Set

Hello!  Can you believe it's almost June?  I can't believe that school is over and it's summer already.  But at least that makes the next Sister Stamps release come that much quicker.  The stamps from Release #23 are so adorable!  I love these cute little babies and how pretty are the flowers?

I needed a thank you card so I thought this Sakura Set would be perfect.  I had kind of an idea of just making a CAS card but it took me more than one try!  I wanted to heat emboss or use my gelatos but in the end I just did a little bit of masking and colored in the flowers with Copics.  And I love how it turned out.  The sentiment is from PTI and is heat embossed in gold so I did get that to fit somewhere onto this card.

Please check out the guest DT for this release and the regular Sister Stamps DT as well.

Lysa Rohrer (Guest DT)
Jenny (Sister Stamps)
Linda's You Tube Channel

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Leanne said…
Pretty card Eva!! Love the CAS design. Gonna have to case this one.
Cheryl said…
Yeah, so pretty! Nice mix of the falling and flat sakuras. They're colored so nicely! Ha, I just pulled out that thank you stamp to make a card for the piano teacher! First time I was using mine!
Denice said…
Such a pretty card...wish I felt comfortable with CAS, it would be sooooooo much easier!
Jo said…
Very beautiful!
Lysa said…
LOVE your CAS card- love the soft coloring too! :)
What an awesome CAS card. Simple and so beautiful.
Jenny said…
OMG- this came out beautiful!!
Lynn said…
I love how this turned out too! It is just perfect. I love the subtle coloring and gold embossing. Thanks for showing me the new SS set.
Debi said…
Elegant and beautiful!

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