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Catered Crop–Sentiment-al Birthday

Hello!  I have another quick card to share with you for the Catered Crop’s Sentiment-al challenge.

 

2013-09-05 CC sentimental bday WM

I made the birthday card for a friend and really loved it.    Then I decided to add some liquid pearls.  Hmmmm….. Not sure what I think.   What do you think?  What do you do if you added just a bit too much?

 

Don’t forget to join the Catered Crop’s Sentiment-al recipe swap.  You can see the swap details and link up your paper project here.

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Communiqué Sentiments Mini Stamp Set & Signature Greetings (inside of card) by Papertrey Ink
  • Ink:  Close To My Heart Cranberry
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS, October Afternoon Sidewalks 8x8 paper pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Papertrey edge die
  • Embellishments:  May Arts burlap twine, Petal Pink Liquid Pearls, Cotton Candy Stickles, Close To My Heart Glitz, Viva White Pearl Pen, October Afternoon Sidewalks Chip N’Stick

Challenges:

Comments

No, I don't think you added to much. In fact, as soon as I saw the liquid pearls I thought they were a really nice touch to a very pretty card.
Kay Wallace said…
Perfect layering showcases you great card! Well done!
Jinny Newlin said…
Still so in love with that line, and you've totally made it shine here, girl! LOVE the hints of glitter you've added to those blooms, too!
JoAnn said…
Very pretty. Love the layers and flowers. I think the liquid pearls look great and are not too much. Thanks for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday.
Nancy said…
I think it's a perfect amount....but did chuckle at your question...what do you do when you add to much....scream was my first thought....LOL. Thanks for linking this beautiful card with us over at Seize the Birthday!
Oh, I love this. Thanks for playing at Sister Act Card Challenge.
Olga said…
Very beautiful and colorful!
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous card and image, love those colors and great design. Thank you for joining us at Creative this fortnight. Abbie xx
Shelly Schmidt said…
I love this card- the DP is really pretty- and the flowers are such a nice touch. I am not sure about the pearls.... I always have trouble adding stuff like the pearls- but love the card!
Avril Ann said…
Lovely card Cheryl, great flowers and love the fab colours you have used, thank you for playing along with us at Glitter N Sparkle this week, good luck xxx
NGCARDS said…
A fantastic card! Thanks for playing at PTW! xxx
Great card, fab layout & I love the liquid pearls!

Thank you for sharing with us at The Perfect Sentiment this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx
Jane Wetzel said…
what a beautiful card :) thanks for joining us at the stampotique challenge blog
Berni Cuttino said…
Beautiful colors and design. Thanks for joining in on the fun over at TTCRD. We look forward to seeing you again.
Hugs
Berni,DT
craftdoormagazine.com.
lalkygirl said…
love this bright card ,such a fab design and so cheerful ...gorgeous creation
thanks for joining us at MIM and good luck
tracey x
Linda McClain said…
I love the liquid pearls - and everything else about this stunning card.
Sandy said…
What a lovely card for a quick make. Great design. thanks for sharing with us at The Perfect Sentiment.
Hugs,
Sandy
Anonymous said…
I love this, it is so effective and pretty!
Thanks for entering at Creative Moments.
Leona x
Craftdee said…
What a lovely card - thanks for sharing in the Birthday challenge at Di's Digi Designs
Good luck and hope to see you at the new challenge starting today too, Donna ♥
K8 said…
Lovely creations, so beautiful!! Thank you for join us at Creative Moments this week, hugs Kate (DT)

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I made this card to send to a family member that has been in my thoughts a lot lately.



I hope to have more to share soon.
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