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I Wanna Hold Your Hand!

Today, I get to show off my first AmberInk project as a torchbearer. I am using one of the new images to make a thank you card.






These cuties and the other new releases are available today in the store. Did you know that Amber Ink has images (digital and clear) and digital papers? Go check them out in the the shop. C-U-T-E!!

Don't forget to stop by the blogs of the rest of the ladies carrying the Amber Ink torch in February:

Keva Brown
Scoopy Sue Cooper
Jenn Lee
Allison Fillo

Thank you for stopping by!




Supplies:

  • Images: MWAH-Racoon Friends from Amber Ink
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey white CS, Neenah Crest solar white CS, Close To My Heart Twitterpated paper pack
  • Inks: None
  • Tools: Sewing maching, Big Shot, My Favorite Things scallop die, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: DMC floss, misc. buttons
  • Notes: Sentiment computer generated

Challenges:

Comments

Imke said…
Cheryl, this is sooo cute !!! I like everything on your card. The layout is great with the border and the buttons (i LOVE buttons) the stitching, the DP....-just great !!!!!
This is really sweet, what great paper,stitching and the way you have the buttons, another awesome card!
Keva said…
This is just adorable! Great coloring and I realy like the papers you used.
Karen B. said…
So sweet, and great combo of paper too.
Sue said…
Hi Cheryl
aww this is totally gorgeous, awesome colour work, lovely papers & design, great stitching, sue,x
Fabulous!!! Great image and SPECTACULAR coloring!!! Love the banner sentiment!!!
You're gonna do them proud :)
Maria
Jackie said…
Wow! This is such a pretty card Cheryl & love that image!! Awesome coloring too & design....tfs!!!!!
Dorcas said…
THis is so adorable, Cheryl!!
Cheryl said…
OMG this is so cute and your colouring is AMAZING!!!
xx
Karin said…
So super cute! Great coloring and I love the wavy banner sentiment :)
Shelly's Images said…
awww....so cute! Thanks for sharing your project with us this week at Shelly's Images. Please join us again soon.
Andrea said…
The racoons are adorable!! Great card! I really like the banner too!!
Joanne Gilch said…
Adorable image on an adorable card!
Those raccoons and how you colored them are so freakin' cute! Love your papers and the buttons, too!
Emily Leiphart said…
This is adorable, Cheryl! I love your colouring of those raccoons!
Anne Marie said…
How cute are those little guys? Awesome coloring and I love the stitching on the scalloped trim! Looks great! :)
Allison said…
Love your mix of papers here...great job!
Cindy Haffner said…
Ohh look how ADORABLE!!
Fiona said…
Gorgeous image, and I love the colour scheme. You've put together a super card.
Mandy said…
Great card...Love the new image and your colouring and papers are both beautiful...
Mandy x
Ellie said…
So super cute Cheryl. Love your stitching and such a beautiful design and papers.

Thank you so much for leaving me a comment on my meljen's card, I had actually planned on linking it to the meljen's challenge but when I typed up my post last night I totally forgot to do it!!(Many many thanks again!!)
Fleur said…
A fab card, I love your choice of colours
Thanks for joining my nature challenge at ALLSORTS this week, Good Luck
Hugz Fleur xXx
Marlene said…
Aack! Those raccoons are the cutest EVER! I love the way you've colored them up, too. Super sweet! Fabby card, girlie!

Pssst...there's a freebie sentiment on my blog today, if you're interested.
Meg said…
So cute! What a fantastic way to start your torchbearing! I love your awesome coloring and that cute stitching!
Anita said…
Cheryl, this is so adorable. You've colored these little fellas beautifully and the dp is just perfect for this card. Love that sentiment too.
Jennifer said…
Ooh this is just adorable! xx Jenny xx
Pat (mspfd) said…
What a happy card! Cheryl, this is precious. What a beautifully colored image. You added the perfect embellishments and background papers to showcase this image perfectly!
So cute, love the digi too.
Thanku dear for ur sweet comment on my blog.

Sudha
sudha-kalra.blogspot.com
Vicky said…
WOW....this is gorgeous I love love love the image & its coloured beautifully. I have to admit I've never seen this shop but I'm certainly gonna take a nosey.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx
Mummylade said…
wow, this is so cute. Thank you so much for entering the Allsorts challenge this week and good luck!
1CardCreator said…
Adorable card Cheryl, I love the double scallop on the bottom.
Cec said…
Very cute. Love the papers and the great sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Delightful Challenges.
Hugs!
Cec
Tracy said…
Gorgeous creation, thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Lynn said…
Wonderful card and love those cute little guys!!
Thanks for joining us at Gingerloft Challenges:)
huggs
Lynn xx

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