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Judging from the entries last week you are all really enjoying having Julie Ebersole as our CASE Study muse this month! Seeing as we are on a roll, here’s this week’s card :)

I was happy clapping when I saw this card – I do love a bit of negative die cutting :) Here’s my card and then I will tell you a bit more about it.

The new Simple Numbers dies from Simon Says Stamp come attached together with those little nubs so that the numbers appear as a block. It’s easy to break the nubs and use the numbers individually but I wanted to take advantage of the lovely even placing of the numbers while they were still attached to each other. I die cut them from a white panel and backed with some patterned paper. Oh and I must say I love the clean lines of these numbers and they are the perfect size for cards :)
The splatters from Julie’s card transformed into enamel dots on my card and I added a little butterfly on there too as a nod to the original inspiration :) Here’s the links for the rest of the crew to see what they made:

Guest Designer: Brandi from Yankee Belle Stamper

Amy Wanford

Andrea Ewen

Christina MacLaren

Clare Buswell

Debby Hughes – me!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) – The Boss

Jean Martin

Jeanne Jachna

Maureen Plut

Teneale Williams

Edited to add: Forgot to mention that I’m sending this one over to Moxie Fab World’s Emphasise the Negative challenge :)

Supplies: Stamps – Simon Says Stamp handwritten sentiments, Clearly Besotted Stamps butterfly wishes additions; Inks – Versafine smokey gray, Versacolor laurel leaf; Paper – My Mind’s Eye collectable memorable 6×6; Dies – Simon Says Stamp simple numbers, Clearly Besotted Stamps buttefly wishes; Enamel Dots – My Mind’s Eye the sweetest thing bluebell smile #st1084, honey love #st1055



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