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Sentimental Sundays - Anything Goes

It's Sunday so it is time for a new Sentimental Sundays challenge. This week we have any easy one for you - "Anything Goes with a sentiment".



For my card, I wanted to play around with one of the Doodle Pantry images that I have. They are so cute but I never seem to have time to use them. So this week I printed one off, colored it up and used some gorgeous papers that were RAK'd to me by a blogging friend, Maria.

I hope you will join our "Anything Goes with a Sentiment" challenge this week. The challenge is being sponsored by Heart Song Designs. You can find all the details on the Sentimental Sundays blog.

Thank you for stopping by!



Supplies:
  • Stamps: Birdie on a Wire from Doodle Pantry, Handwritten Notes from PaperTrey
  • Papers: Georgia Pacific CS, PaperTrey dark chocolate CS, all DP is RAK from Maria
  • Inks: Close To My Heart chocolate
  • Tools: Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Martha Stewart edge punch, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: PaperTrey silk ribbon, Inkssentials white pen, misc. button & gemstones

Challenges:

Comments

Leanne said…
That has got to be the cutest bird and you colored him up perfectly! Love the paper also! Your cards are always amazing! TFS!
Cheryl said…
oh this is just so super cute,and the papers,you have used are just perfect hugs cheryl xxx
The Crafty Den said…
Hi Cheryl, what a beautiful card. I love the super cute birdy and the papers are gorgeous. Thanks for visiting my blog. Hugs, Denise x
Great coloring!!I can see all the dimension in his little body!!! Love how you used those papers and that border punch is SO PRETTY!!!!
Have a great day!
Anita said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl. Your image is colored beautifully and I love the papers and your layout.
Cass said…
Hi, it's been a while since I've visited with you and I am glad I stopped by as I love cards, they're always so pretty and I can see the time you put into each one and that's inspiring!
Have a great day!

www.alteredlily.com
Kathy and Lucky said…
How cute is that little bird and the DP is prefect, love it. My daughter saw this and just loved it.
Marlene said…
Awww..it's so tweet! (Heehee...I tried to resist, but failed!)
this is sooo adorable....I luv it...have a fantastic week!

enjoy *~*
Sandra P said…
Oh how sweet! Love the yellow "pop" against the black and white :)

Thanks for joining Paper Romance this week!

Hugs,
Sandra P
Peggysue said…
Sweet cheery card Cheryl! Adorable image. I’m glad you joined us for the DYSU Anything Goes challenge & hope to see you again!
Micki said…
oh too cute. Love the papers and that bird is so cute. I've been without mojo this week (card design....) trying to follow sketches only makes it worse (ugh only me) so I always love to see your cards.... always gorgeous. :-)

hugs
MiamiKel said…
Oh Cheryl, how sweet! Such a darling little birdie - gorgeous card style! I hope it's warming up for you up there - Spring is soon to be here! :)
WencheP said…
I love it! Fabulous colors and very cute image. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche
Jo said…
This is wonderful Cheryl! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at DYSU this week! Hope to see you next time!
1CardCreator said…
This is so sweet Cheryl, you always know what dp to pair up, I just love this!
frazzled2day said…
This is a wonderful card Cheryl, lovely colours. Thanks for joining in with PaperPlay challenges this week, hope to see you again next week :o) hugs, Janey x
Motherhen3 said…
A beautiful card.........which brings a smile. Thank you for joining Little Claire in our first blog challenge. xxGaynor
Tammy said…
This is sooo sweet! Such a cute little birdie and great layout!!
Miranda said…
very cute Cheryl, that little birdy is adorable'
thanks for joining the DYSU challenge this week
hugs
Miranda
Karin said…
That little birdie is the sweetest and I love the big yellow button to match him! Super sweet :)
Tameko said…
Adorable. Nice coloring & papers!
Carol S. said…
Another really cute card. I love the colour of the backing papers. Thanks for joining us again at Little Claire for our first challenge. I have left a little pressie on my blog for you. Hugs, Carol S. LCDT xx
Audrey Pettit said…
Goodness, another adorable card! I just love that sweet little birdie, and what a fabulous coloring job. I really like the pop of yellow from the bird and button mixed with your blue and brown. Really wonderful design.
Beverly Montez said…
Cheryl, this is adorable! I love your layout and the papers you used are so pretty! Thanks for joining us at Fairy fun Fridays.
Beverly
Kathy said…
So sweet! Those papers coordinate perfectly!
Anne Marie said…
How could anyone look at that sweet, little bird and NOT have a great day? Eeek, he is a cutie! Love the color combo you used, it really let's that little guy steal the show on your card. As always, your papers are perfect. Ok, I'm requesting a video tutorial on your process for picking perfect papers every time! How do you do it?? Awesome job! :)
K. Joy said…
This is sooo cute!! I love the papers. Love your coloring on the birdie, too! Just adorable, thanks for sharing! :)
Thanks for joining us at paper play with this gorgeous cute card, fab image, hugs Liz xx
Thanks for joining us at paper play with this gorgeous cute card, fab image, hugs Liz xx
This is the cutest card ever, that birdie is just sooooo sweet! Love the colours, too!
Thanks for letting me know about Sir Stampalot, I didn't see that one ;) What a lovely surprise!
Debs said…
such a sweet card :0)..thanks for joining us at WNW and good luck..hugs Debs x
Lori said…
So adorable, and coloured beautifully, thanks for joining us at Prairie Fairy Fridays, we're happy to have you!

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