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Freshly Made Sketch #470: Another Valentine's Critter Card

Over on Freshly Made Sketches, the sketch challenge was just what I needed to continue my Valentine's Critter Cards. The sketch was as follows:
I really stayed true to the sketch itself with only a minor variation. Here was the end result:

All the card stock is from a Hot Buy Paper Pack at Michael's, and the stamps are this year's 2020 Recollections Valentine's Set

Check back later this week for a full review of Anna Griffin's China Cabinet Box. 

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Valentine's Sketch Challenge: Valentine's Day Critter Cards


  1. Adorable bunny! Thanks for playing along with us at FMS this week!

  2. What a sweet card! Love that cute little bunny! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

  3. So cute! Love that sweet bunny! Glad you joined us at FMS!

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