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It's Summertime with Sentimental Sundays

It's summertime and the living is easy..... I love that song. It brings back some fond memories.



The challenge this week on the Sentimental Sundays blog is "Summertime". And to me, one of the hallmarks of summer is a pitcher of fresh squeezed lemonade.






I made this card both for the challenge and for a friend who is going through a bit of a rough patch. The pitcher is covered with a couple of coats of UTEE. The lemon is coated with just one coat in IRL looks a little dimply like a real lemon.


If you like this pitcher of lemonade and the lemon, you can get them from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps. 100% of the proceeds from the sales of this digital stamp set go to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF). ALSF is committed to finding a cure for all children with cancer. Click HERE to purchase.


The sentiment comes from the Doodle Pantry's Lemon Ants digital stamp set. This set is currently free!

Please join us in the Sentimental Sunday's "Summertime" challenge. Ann will have a new word art freebie posted this week.

Thank you for looking! Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

Challenges for this card:


Supplies:

  • Images: Make Lemonade by Sweet 'N Sassy, Lemon Ants by Doodle Pantry
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey Inc white & kraft CS, My Mind's Eye Where The Heart Is
  • Inks: Versamark (for embossing only)
  • Tools & Embellishments: Prismacolor pencils & OMS, PTI button, UTEE, Spellbinder Nestabilities, heat tool, misc twine, eyelet trim, dew drops

Comments

Anesha said…
Lovely card, really like this saying.
Karin said…
Love the sentiment! (I made something similar recently, for a later post on my blog...lol) Great minds think alike :) The lace ruffle is great too!
Cass said…
I also love the saying! The button really adds a nice splash, love the ruffle too!
Becky said…
This is beautiful..Love the sentiment.
Ceal said…
love your card so calming. I used the same sentiment
Debsg said…
That's a great quote. My brother used to have a poster with the same words on when I was little.
Faye said…
OK, I'm gonna be singing that fab song for the rest of the day. I can taste lemons, your card did that! It is totally scrummy. x
Marlene said…
What a pretty card!
Ann English said…
Wonderful card and an wonderful cause!!!
Chloe said…
I love this card! The stamps are gorgeous and the lace ruffle is really pretty! Great card!!! And thanks for dropping by my blog!
So great Cheryl! I'm sure this card will lift your friend up!! I love the jar of lemonade and the eyelet ribbon is terrific!!

Maria
Lori said…
Your card is wonderful, Cheryl! I really want some lemonade now lol! You've done a fantastic job on Paper Romance's Summer Challenge. Thanks for playing along with us!!!

Love and hugs ~
Lori
Jean McKenzie said…
What a great card - love the sketch and all the little embellishments too. Makes me feel cold to look at that lemonade right now - it is such a horrid cold day here!
Cindy said…
Wow, I love this card!! Very summery.
Love the eyelet lace!!
Rhonda said…
Cheryl, this is an awesome card. I love the lace with the yellow and mmmmmmmmm lemonade.
Annika said…
Wonderful, so elegant and beautiful, love the colouring and the embellishing, perfect work! That lace is so yummy and I adore the button!
Hugs
Annika
Karen B. said…
So pretty! Love how the button adds just the right amount of pop, as well as an additional citrus color.
Love the card, the sentiment, the pitcher of lemonade, makes me want to sit in the shade and enjoy!
Angelwood said…
Lovely sentiment and SWEET image! Thanks for joining us this week at Paper Romance! hugs, Angela
{Jane} said…
Beautiful

Thanks for joining us this week on SCSC :)

Hugs Jane x
Deb Neerman said…
So pretty, love it!

Thanks for joining us in this week's CAS-tastic Wednesday clean and simple "Buttons" challenge!
Joanna K said…
The sentiment says it all, doesn't it? Lovely card, lovely, soft yellows ;) x
Rosanne said…
Love this card!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Awesome details. What a beauty! Especially love the addition of the lace.
Great layout and eyelet trim. Thanks for stopping by the DRS Designs blog for our giveaway.
Nordicblogger said…
This card makes me think of lemon meringue pie, lemonade, and a lot of other summer comforts. So pretty!
I Love your card.........what a wonderful interpretation for summer

Thanks for playing along with us at Paper Romance

Vicki
Tammy said…
Wonderful card! Love that image and sentiment!
Very nice!!! Thanks for playing along at Paper Romance this week!
Dotty Jo said…
What a pretty card Cheryl, love that lace! Jo x
That is a prerty card adding the buttons. Sweet project!! Thanks for joining us at YNS Challenge :o)
Hugs,
Cabio
What a great quotation you written on that card work. It is totally new design for me as well as The design of jug is exact for lemon juice. I always drink lemon juice before going to exercise.

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