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So Cherry Sweet with Daisy Doodles

My daughter Liz has been a guest designer for Daisy Doodles this month. She was unable to get a project completed this week for Tableau Tuesdays because she wasn’t feeling well. We didn’t want to let the Daisy Doodles Team down because they are so sweet and fun to work with, so I decided to jump in and make a project. I had this yummy image, Knickerbocker Glory, colored up waiting for a project . I matched it up with some papers and goodies from my stash and here we go. Just looking at it is making me crave an ice cream sundae.

You still have time to enter the Daisy Doodles Creative challenge this week. The current theme is “Anything Goes”. You can find all the challenge details at the Daisy Doodles Creative Challenge blog. I hope you will join in the fun.

Don’t forget you still have time to enter my Color Your World blog candy for your chance to win some Copic markers.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Knickerbocker Glory digital stamp set by Daisy Doodles
  • Inks: None
  • Papers: PaperTrey kraft & dark chocolate CS, October Afternoon Report Card: Story Hour and other misc. October Afternoon scraps
  • Tools: Creative Memories corner rounding punch, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: October Afternoon Cherry Hill journal cards, cotton crochet thread, misc. buttons, EAD Designs Stickerz

Challenges:

Comments

Annette said…
awesome card..love that image..
Makes me want a sundae...mmmm
Really yummy!!! Beautiful card!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Cheryl, This is fantastic! What a great design. Loving the background papers and elements you used. Perfect with your yummy image!
Cheryl said…
oh wow love this hun,that is one brilliant image,and the papers,and colors on this are brilliant,stunning detail hugs cheryl xxx
What a yummy card, almost looks good enough to eat :o)
Kevin xx
Cheryl, I saw your adorable Window Kitty card this morning but didn't see on your personal blog. I wanted to ask where you got the flower made of of twine? Love it. I was also hoping you made it. Thank you...my email is celybeachatcharter dot net.
Yum, yum, yum!! How nice to step in for Liz. Hope she's feeling better soon!!

Those cherries look delicious!!! And, I find it hard to 'color' white things - like vanilla ice cream, but you did a great job!!!

Have a great day!
Maria
Karen B. said…
Makes me crave it as well, what a delightful card!
Kathy and Lucky said…
Yummy card, now I am hungry, but guess I should have breakfast first. Always love the papers you coordinate with your images and today is no different the polka dots and gingham. Hope Liz feels better, no fun to feel under the weather any time, but especially summer.
Karin said…
Looks delish! I love that the buttons echo the look of the cherries and I hope Liz is feeling better :)
MiamiKel said…
NOw this is FUN!! What a gorgeous card! Beautifully colored, fun papers to match! Delightful!!
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Martha said…
adorable, thanks for joining us at clear It OUt
Kim Pope said…
Great card. I love the paper and the buttons. TFS!
Marlene said…
that looks yummy....and those buttons are a perfect addition to this very whimsical card!
Sussie said…
Looks delicious! Can I have one too? ;D
Lovely card and wish you a lovely week as well!
Hugs SusanLotus
Davi said…
Cheryl Love that"yummy" card:) Fun dots and cherries to go with the image!
Julie Hoffman said…
This is SWEET Cheryl! It looks yummy too! Love the polka dot paper and buttons too! Fabulous card! Thanks for joining us for the Anything Goes challenge at Totally Stampalicious!
Karen Howard said…
Mmmm, this looks really yummy! Love your layout and rounded corners. I always forget to do that. Hugs, Karen
Elise said…
Ohhhh yummmmmm-my!!!!! Love the colors and that sweet plaid and polka dot paper is perfect for this! Makes me think of an ice cream shoppe! :)

ps... I hope your daughter feels better soon!

Hugs,
Elise
Pinkllilac said…
Oh wow Cheryl I could just eat this yummy creation and those cherrys look so real.
Hope your daughter is feel better soon.
Hugs Linda
Kitika said…
Stunning card. Love this image, it's so sweet, Yum-Yum!!!
Janna Werner said…
Yummie yummie, this looks tasty, Cheryl! Love the vibrant colours and the tasty theme :) Have a lovely day, Janna
Jackie said…
Too cute Cheryl & your coloring is amazing! That image looks so fun to work with & how awesome for you to step in for your daughter! Excellent, excellent work Hun & TFS!!!!
Carrie Sampsel said…
Ohh...I just love this card. I think I love everything about it!! Cute as always. TFS
Charlene said…
Yuuuuummmmy!!! You've colored that image so well it looks good enough to eat. What a totally fun loving card...love that fab dp that you used with it.
Love that fantastic Sundae you colored up. WOW! Great card.
Oh how yummy!! Looks so real!! Gorgeous coloring and layout!! Love your added embellishing.
hugs,
Chris
Ren-Yi said…
what a superb card. Liz is so lucky to have you to jump in! great coloring and great pp! i'm craving a sundae now too!
Joan's passions said…
It's beautiful and so delicious:) I love the card and many many more on your blog:)
Kisses
Joanna
Audrey Pettit said…
So adorable! Love that sundae image! Love the polka dots and buttons, too. And yes, this is making me hungry. :)
Sure hope your daughter is feeling better. Hugs to her.
Sue said…
Ooh love this card Cheryl! What a fab knickerbocker glory image! and so beautifully coloured. Fab papers and love the cherries.
Takes me back to childhood, trips to city centre and John Lewis Cafe for yummy desserts!!
Hope your daughter is feeling better now!
Hugs Sue xx
True :) said…
Holy COW...that's a yummy looking Sundae!
Love your card!

Thanks so much for joining us this week @ Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings challenge!
I am now one of your followers.  ;)  I would love it if you came to visit my blog and become a follower too!

Hugs,
True :D
Anita said…
This looks good enough to eat. Your coloring looks fabulous!
Yummy card! Thanks so much for joining our Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge.
1CardCreator said…
No kidding your coloring is spot on! Love the sundae, gorgeous card.

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