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Don't these strawberries look yummy! I could use some of these preserves for my toast this morning. Mmmmmm.....

I just bought these cute October Afternoon papers and could not wait to pair them up with this yummy image from Lindsay's Stamps Stuff. This image is one of the 9 images included in the Pretty Primative digital stamp set.




You can click HERE to see my Meljen's Designs challenge post.

Take a moment to check out the rest of the eye candy from the LSS DT.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Micki Harper
Rebekah Doak
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen



Challenges for this card:

Supplies:

  • Images: Pretty Primative digital stamp set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com, Close To My Heart Amore Lowercase
  • Papers & CS: October Afternoon Fly a Kite, Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip, PaperTrey kraft CS
  • Inks: Close To My Heart Chocolate
  • Tools & Embellishments: Creative Memories corner rounder punch, Martha Stewart ric-rak, misc. buttons, DMC floss, Prismacolor pencils & OMS
  • Techniques: Faux stitching

Comments

Karin said…
This is so charming and homey looking! I love the gingham and strawberry paper! Totally cute :)
Marlene said…
Yummy card. The gingham totally rocks with the berries!
1CardCreator said…
You're making my mouth water, lol, such a sweet card. I love the buttons and ric rak with the dp. Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Dawn said…
This is really so country looking, gives me that home feeling. What a great image to use.
Tamara Bennett said…
Love that patterned paper! Goes perfectly with teh strawberries!
Awesome Cheryl! I love the vintage homey feel! :)
Kimberly S said…
What a yummy country themed card Cheryl! Sweet image, and I love the DP. :)
Melissa Craig said…
This is really pretty Cheryl. That's one of the first images I bought from Lindsay - I've not used it yet! Can't get it to look right, but you did an excellent job.
Crafting Joanne said…
Fabulously yummy card Cheryl!!

Thanks for joining us this week at Totally Papercrafts.

Hugs

Joanne x
Margie said…
I love this card, so yummy!
Lindsay Weirich said…
Beau-ti-ful! I love the colors you chose, reminds me of eating fresh strawberries in granny's kitchen:)
Emma said…
Such a gorgeous card, love the image and papers.
Thanks for joining us at Totally Papercrafts & good luck.
Hugs Emma x
Bekah said…
love love your papers and the rickrack!
Courtney said…
What a great card! Thanks for joining us at Penny's. Good Luck!

~Courtney~
ljurecek said…
Those strawberries do look yummy! The whole card looks yummy. But I do love the freshness of the gingham you chose for this!
Cindi said…
fab card! I love that image. the card layout is wonderful and so pretty with teh papers you used
:)
Leanne said…
Yum!! You've made it look sooo real! Love the paper it goes perfectly!!
Cec said…
Such a cute card and I want some of those preserves too. Love your papers. Thanks for joining us at Daisy Doodles.
Hugs!
Cec
Nordicblogger said…
There's so much to like about this card, from the buttons to the main feature of jam and strawberries. I think my favorite finishing touch is the rick-rack.
Kim said…
Your image looks yummy! I love homemade jam. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown.
This card is simply FAB! Love the papers you used too!
Dana said…
I really like this card Cheryl! Your coloring of those preserves is great and the gingham BG is the perfect compliment! Thanks for playing along with TT!
Lauren said…
This is adorable! The image works so well with the patterned paper! Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown this week. I hope you will play along again next week!

Lauren
Rhonda said…
hi Cheryl, i just love this image... the layout and papers are awesome. Well done! Thanks for playing with us at Daisy Doodles!
Davi said…
Love that image, the coloring, dp and all the fab embellies. Thanks for joining us the week at the TT. Stop back next week.
Kim E said…
Delicious card. Great coloring. Thanks for playing with us this week at SSDS. Hugs, Kim
Mrs. Fence said…
Such a pretty layout and I love the way you colored the image. Yummy card!!!
Joanne Gilch said…
Cheryl, thanks so much for entering your creation with Daisy Doodles, that image is great and you did make a gorgeous card.
Ceal said…
super cute
thanks for joining our first challenge at Tuesday Throwdown. hope to see you back next week

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