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Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge #485, May Flowers Framelits

Happy Thanksgiving!  It's another Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge.  This time we have a color challenge.  We are using Berry Burst, Bermuda Bay, and Old Olive.

CCMC485

With it being Thanksgiving, I had to work in a fall kind of theme to the card.

CCMC#485

I do really like this card!  These are great colors together!

Start with a card base of Berry Burst.  It measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and scored at 4 1/4.

The Whisper White layer is 4 x 5 1/4.  The Old Olive layer is 3 3/4 x 5.  The Whisper White layer measures 3 5/8 x 4 7/8.

Cut leaves using your Big Shot and the May Flowers Framelits.  Cut them in Berry Burst, Bermuda Bay, and Old Olive.  Place the leaves on the white layer in a pleasing way.  The easiest way to glue these down is to use the Silicone Mat.  Squeeze some of the Multipurpose Liquid Glue in the corner.  Use a piece of a sponge to put glue on the back of the leaf carefully.  

Add a ribbon and bow in Berry Burst.  It's the Finely Woven Ribbon.

A Berry Burst 1/2 inch banner is added from the Color Theory Designer Series 6 x 6 stack.  Add another white banner.  The sentiment, stamped in Old Olive, is from the  Painted Harvest stamp set.  Notch the ends with the Triple Banner Punch.

CCMC #485 May Flowers Framelits up close

Here's the inside of the card.

CCMC#485 May Framelits inside

Add leaves of each color on the inside along with the sentiment from Painted Harvest.

CCMC#485 May Flowers Framelits  Painted Harvest

I hope you have the happiest of Thanksgiving holidays.  Even if you are not in the US, it's always time to be thankful of so many things.  Did you know that thankful people are happy people?  Enjoy your family and friends!

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