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Thankful with Sentimental Sundays



I am going to keep this post short and sweet. It is the Memorial Day holiday weekend here in the United States and I am sure you have fun things planned

This week's theme on the Sentimental Sundays Challenge blog is "Thankful". I decided to make a card for my daughter's teacher. I broke out my brand new pad of Thrift Shop paper from October Afternoon. I LOVE this paper. (I was excited to hear that Archivers is going to start carrying October Afternoon! Woohoo!)

I was inspired to pair up the sunny yellow paper with the black & white polka dot paper after seeing this photo for the EtsyInspired Challenge.



I also prettied up the inside.




Please join us and share your "Thankful" cards for a chance to win some wonderful digital sentiments from Raindrop Echo Designs. Stop by the Sentimental Sundays blog to see the rest of the inspiration from the DT and to download this week's free sentiments.


Take a moment to remember our fallen heroes this weekend. If you would like to make a card thanking our men and women in the armed forces, Ann from Raindrop Echo Designs offered these fabulous freebies, For Our Troops, for your use.


Thank you for looking! Have a happy and safe holiday week end.

Challenges for this card:



Supplies:

  • Images: Thank You Sentiments by Raindrop Echo Designs
  • Papers & CS: Thrift Shop by October Afternoon, Vintage Cream CS from PTI, misc. black CS from Hobby Lobby
  • Inks: Versamark ink (only for applying glitter to the butterfly's wings)
  • Tools & Embellishments: Martha Stewart border & butterfly punch, Stampin' Up Heat & Stick powder, misc. black chunky glitter, misc. pearls & gemstones, paper piercer

Comments

Anesha said…
Lovely card, great papers. Anesha
Pat (mspfd) said…
Gorgeous! The colors just pop off the page.
Melissa Craig said…
I love your card Cheryl! You did a fabulous job both inside and out! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.
Joanne Gilch said…
gorgeous inside and out! Been 'hearing' a lot about this October Afternoon paper. I can certainly see why you like, no LOVE it!! We really can't appreciate our teachers enough!!
Oh, this is fabulous. It's so sunny! I love that yellow patterned paper. And you made the inside pretty too. I am always wondering if I should add something to the inside of my cards.

Corinna
www.myscrapbooklife.com
Kimberly S said…
Beautiful card Cheryl! The colors are wonderful together, the punched edges are so pretty, and the butterfly is such a perfect touch! Just love that the inside is as lovely as the outside too! :)
Nordicblogger said…
Great color combo, so rich. The card looks great!
Annika said…
The combination of yellow and black is simply stunning! Real nice to see how we used the same paper with very different results, lol! Gorgeous, love your cards!!
Hugs
Annika
wow! absolutely stunning! and the inside is a WOW too!
Shelly Schmidt said…
I love this pretty paper- and love the LO and inside of your card! Thanks for the link to the sentiment too. I love her sentiments!
Debs said…
Beautiful card Cheryl - love the sentiment. Thanks for sharing it with us at Allsorts this week.
Take care
Debs xx
Tracey said…
This is a beautiful card, so elegant & the colours are perfect :)

Hugs
Tracey
xx
1CardCreator said…
Beautiful card Cheryl, you totally rocked the Etsy inspiration piece! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Tammy said…
Gorgeous card! I love the color combo!...Thank you for stopping by my blog during the OWH hop!!
Tammy
Ann English said…
Gorgeous, elegant card-the inside is as pretty as the out!
Joanna K said…
Cheryl, I am such a big fan of yours! I love this card, I love the way you make the different patterns so... "right for each other" ;-). Stunning work! x
Faye said…
This is totally yummy. Love it, really love it. These colours are fabby together. xxx
de said…
SO pretty! I love that you finished the inside too!

Thanks for playing EtsyInspired this week!
Courtney K said…
love how you made the inside just as pretty as the outside!
Karin said…
I love the color combo! It's one of my all time favorites and perfect for summer :)
Joanna K said…
Hi Cheryl

I've got an award on my blog for you ;-) Hope I'm forgiven! It is fun though! ;-))

x
Fleur said…
Hi Cheryl, lovely card, great layout & fab sentiment
Thanks for joining ALLSORTS this week
Hugz Fleur xXx
Ceal said…
pretty love the colors!
This is GORGEOUS! I love the yellow with black! Thanks so much for playing along with the EtsyInspired challenge this week!

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