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February Blog Hop


This month's Blog Hop challenge was to use something springy. I'm pretty sure most of my recent cards are fairly springy--I'm a transplanted California girl who gets tired of winter easily. But I have to say, I love these colors together. They are happy and soothing all at the same time. Enjoy!



Supplies:
Paper: PTI White, SU Mellow Moss, Perfect Plum
Ink: SU Mellow Moss, Perfect Plum, Pale Plum
Stamps: PTI With Sympathy, Little Lady (sentiment)
Other: PTI Lavender Moon satin ribbon

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  1. oh os cute Cheryl! It does make me think Spring!

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  2. Your card is so pretty! I love these colors together, too. They look beautiful. And the added ribbon just finishes it off! tfs

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  3. So Pretty and it makes me long for any sort of sign of spring.......anything at all!!

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  4. Beautiful! Love this spring garden!

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  5. BEAUTIFUL! I love that color combo!! Great job!
    Happy Blog Hoppen!

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  6. Wow, it's so pretty! Love the green and purple and the flowers are perfect!

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  7. This has a quiet elegance; I really like it.

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  8. Very pretty! I love that color combo!

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  9. SO pretty! I love these colors together!!

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  10. I really like this - so soft and pretty!

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  11. What a fun card! I just ♥ the name of your blog!! :) Happy Spring!

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  12. Ahhh. You're right, the colors are quite pretty together. And that sentiment just says it all!

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  13. just beautiful!!! so soft looking....I chose this set too! really looks like spring to me!

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  14. Very, very pretty! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  15. I like this a lot! So sweet and simple. I see so many pretty cards made with the sympathy set. Now I *need* it. lol

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  16. Great use of these sets together - beautiful job!!!

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  17. The purple colors are so pretty together, great job!

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  18. This is just so soft & so pretty - love it!!!

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  19. Tired of winter, you and me both! But this card is a lovely breath of Spring.

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  20. Purple and green, you just can't go wrong. Beautiful!

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  21. Beautiful card Cheryl! I love the shade of purple you used!

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  22. Very pretty card! I just love that sentiment and did not realize it came with the little lady set. I'm having fun checking out your posts!! :>

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  23. This is so pretty - so serene and elegant. Love it!!

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  24. This is so very pretty Cheryl!! sorry I'm late - just getting round it all now!! Lol.

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