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Bitty Dot Sketch Challenge

Here's my entry for today's Bitty Dot Sketch Challenge for Papertrey Ink. This time, the prize is more ribbon than you can possibly imagine, so of course I want it.

Paper: PTI White, Spring Rain, Pure Poppy, Dark Chocolate
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip, Real Red
Stamps: PTI Out On a Limb, Flower Garden
Other: Dimensional tape
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  1. Cheryl I love your card, but then again I love all your cards!

    Hope you win the huge ribbon prize!

  2. I love the little red berries in the corner. Nice touch!

  3. I love this card, and also, I have to tell you, I was looking through your PTI gallery, and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE how you used Out on a Limb to make hydrangeas! Those were stunning and so creative! That's a really talented stamper--one who sees she can make hydrangeas and not just limbs.


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