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Doodle Pantry Thank You




I needed a quick thank you card this week end. I had this image from Doodle Pantry already colored and used Jen del Muro's Sketch for You To Try. This is another attempt at a clean and simple card lay out. I like the bright colors but wish I embossed the kraft bg panel.


Thank you for looking! I hope you have a great week!


Challenges:



Supplies:


  • Stamps: Tweet House freebie digital stamp by the Doodle Pantry, Circle of Friendship by SU
  • Inks: SU Chocolate Chip
  • Papers & CS: GP white CS, PTI craft CS, SU chocolate chip CS
  • Tools: Paper Piercing tool, CTMH edge distressing tool, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Zig chocolate marker, PTI baker's twine, mis. ribbons & button

Comments

Karin said…
Super cute and I love the ribbon treatment...So unique!
Karen B. said…
Love this clean and simple card, especially the ribbon!
This is a perfect CAS card, the colors are nice and bright and cheery. Love how you did the ribbon, never think to do that type of thing, thanks for the inspiration.
Joanne Gilch said…
That is an adorable wee birdhouse. really neat how you added the pieces of ribbon. Great simple and clean card.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Super fantabulous, Cheryl! I love your wonderful design and gorgeous coloring. What a fun, happy card. Thanks for joining us for the CDBC!
Beth said…
What a GREAT way to use the ribbon! I love that look! Thanks for sharing anothe fab project with us at StampInsanity! :))
Lindsay Weirich said…
love the simplicity of it!
Christa said…
hi cheryl ,great card you make, thank for playing the cdbc9 hugs christa
Jo Davies said…
Hey Cheryl, Such a fun and cute card, thanks for sharing with us this week over at Crafty Sentiments.

Hugs Jo xxx
chris said…
HI Cheryl, this is so gorgeously stunnning, clean and simple and to the point. love it so much. hugs chris xx
Shelly said…
Fabulous card, I love the idea of the ribbon and the kraft card looks great! Shelly ;)
Juanita said…
Cute card, great color combo and use of ribbon. Thanks for playing along with us at StampInsanity.
Kathy said…
Great CAS card. The distressed edges add a nice touch.
Maria Matter said…
Hi Cheryl! beautiful card, love the distressing & ribbons!

thanks so much for joining in the Clearly Delightful challenge this month Cheryl!
blessings!
Anonymous said…
Wow neat! This is a really great site! I am wondering if anyone else has come across something
similar in the past? Keep up the great work!
Melisa Waldorf said…
This is so stinkin' cute!! Adorable! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! Have a blessed week!
AmandaB said…
Awww, what a super "TWEET" card..LOL Thanks for joining us at SSDS..

Amanda:0)
gina g said…
Fabulous card great image and layout. Thanks for joining us at Craftalicious for our challenge this week. lov gina xx
Wow Cheryl........I think this card really suits you! You can pull off EVERY type of card :)

Love those birdies!! And I really like how you laid the ribbon across - so perfect :)

Nice job!
Maria
Laurie Wilson said…
LOVE the primary colors with kraft! Very cute design with the ribbons too! Thanks for playing CDBC9!
Jenni said…
Great card , love how you've used the ribbons. Thanks so much for joining in with the crafty Cardmakers challenge.
Jenni x
Tracey said…
Hi Cheryl, this is a gorgeous card, I love how the ribbons reflect the colouring of the image (which is fab).

Hope you're having a great week :)
Hugs
Tracey
xx
Heather said…
Gorgeous card, loving that ribbon. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Sentiments :)
1CardCreator said…
How cute is this! Love the coloring and the colors. ~Diane
truly sweet card! I like the use of the ribbons!
K. Joy said…
This is adorable! I love how you used the ribbons, and the distressing is perfect for this card! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for playing at the CDBC!! :)
Lisa Petrella said…
Love those cheerful little birds, your color palette and the distressed edges! Great work!
Claudine Poch said…
Love the clean and simple look of this! Your ribbons look great. Thanks for joining us at the Clearly Delightful challenge.
Annika said…
Absolutely love it!!! Don't think the base needed to be embossed, kraft is textured as is!!!
Hugs
Annika
Lin said…
Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers with this pretty card.

Lin xx
Moshie said…
CUTE! Love those little birds...chirping their little note of thanks! Thanks so much for joining us at Craftalicious! Hugs, Diana
The Stamp Man said…
This is a really tweet and cute card Cheryl! Thank you for entering The Stamp Man challenge

Jill

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