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It's A Girl!

Hurray! The day is finally here for me to post my first KLM Designs project. I have been sitting on this news for ages and it was so hard not to blab it. This week the DT will start posting sneak peeks of the new images for November.

For my first project I used one of the new sentiment digi stamps from the November release. I love cards that focus on the sentiment.

This card is loosely based on an old sketch from Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge (SSSC89).

Thank you for stopping by! I will have a new KLM Designs post next Tuesday.


  • Images: It's A Girl digital stamp from KLM Designs
  • Papers & CS: October Afternoon Ducks in a Row, Georgia Pacific CS, misc green & pink CS
  • Inks: None
  • Tools: Stampin' Up edge punch, Martha Stewart butterfly punch
  • Embellishments: Paper Studios pearls, Hug Snug seam binding, misc. lace and pink yarn



Karin said…
Just super sweet! Love the pearls and the butterfly too :)
chris said…
Anita said…
Cheryl, congratulations on your new DT! You will be such an asset. Your card is so pretty. I love the papers and that ribbon looks gorgeous.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Congratulations, Cheryl! What exciting news!! Your card is gorgeous. Love the ribbon treatment.
Marlene said…
How adorable!!! Congrats on the new DT! They're going to love you!
Meg said…
Hooray! What a great card to start your DT work with!! I love the fun ribbon and baker's twine and of course those gorgeous pearls! Can't wait to see more creations!
Congrats, you are so deserving, your work is always so wonderful. This card is so pretty, love how you did the ribbon.
Karen B. said…
Congratulations! And I love your card with the big sentiment!
Joanne Gilch said…
Pink and girlie...what could be better?
Sew-Ink said…
Congratulations! And your card is lovely, love what you did with the ribbon!
Gina said…
Very pretty! I love the sentiment focus too. Love the ribbon and the pearls.
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.x
Yahh!!! Congrats!!!!!
Lovin' your first card!!! That sentiment is great. I do love how large it is. I really have to get some nice large sentiments!!

I love love love the ribbon technique you used and the pearls are perfect :)
HappyCrafter said…
So classy and beautiful, what a great card! LOVE the ribbon treatment.
Kathy said…
Very pretty card, really focuses on the large and lovely sentiment. Love the added pearls, so elegant.
Anne Marie said…
Congrats on the DT! Awesome news and very well deserved! Gorgeous card! Love all the pink and pearls and that ribbon is fantastic! :)
ona_i_ja said…
Wow, this is very sweet. I love your butterfly punch.
Thanks for joining us at Creative Card Crew this time. Good Luck.

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