Monday, May 13, 2013

Frankly, My Dear

It's the second week of the month...and guess what that means!  It's time for another CAS-ual Fridays sneak peek week! I guarantee you won't be disappointed.  We have five sets to preview this week and I had fun getting inky with them! The first set is called Frankly Dear and you will adore the sentiments!
I made the sentiment the highlight of my card and also had fun creating a background with one of the images as well.  You won't be disappointed by the versatility of this set...be sure to pop on over the CAS-ual Fridays blog to check out what the team has created!

18 comments:

  1. Love the background you created with neutral tone on tones stamping. Love the sentiment too.

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  2. Lynn, I love the colouring and so love the sentiment-it seems so English!

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  3. Oh how I adore the added texture in this card!

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  4. Wow! What a gorgeous way to use that stamp set, Lynn! I hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day!

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  5. Beautiful, Lynn. I love the background you created the the added texture. :)

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  6. lol, I love the lead in! And the cool background AND the burlap. This card has everything! Have a great start to your week :) ox

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  7. Lynn that is gorgeous! I love the burlap and the soft colour.

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  8. Love the muted tones of this card! The layered stamping and use of burlap....what's not to love!?

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  9. Elegant and beautiful card. Love the neutral tones you used.

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  10. Awesome stamped background! Love your card Lynn. TFS

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  11. love the background that you created...the colors are very nice, the burlap adds a nice touch and the sentiment is very nice
    thanks for sharing
    bibiana

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  12. What a great sentiment, and I'm just loving this monochromatic palette!

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  13. OVE the BG you created, Lynn! FAB sentiment and colors, too!

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  14. I just love that sentiment, amazing background pattern too... I like the look of this set :0)
    Jenny x

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  15. Great use of that silhouette stamp in the bg, I love the soft palette you've used, too! :)

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  16. I love how you used the stamp to create the background. It's gorgeous and has so much depth!

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