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CPS/Papertrey Challenge

This next card challenge is a collaboration between Papertrey and Card Positioning Systems (CPS), which issues sketch challenges each week. I have tried and tried to copy and paste the sketch here, but to no avail. Anywho, this is my little (3 x 3) Valentine for the challenge.


Here is a different angle to show how sparkly the heart really is. I wish I could capture glitter with my camera better. Also, that ribbon was on sale for 55 cents a spool! LOVE it!

Supplies:
Paper: PTI White, Lemon Tart
Ink: SU Real Red, PTI Berry Sorbet
Stamps: PTI Heart Prints
Other: Offray Ribbon, Essential Glue Pad, superfine glitter, dimensional tape



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  1. Cute card, neat accents and love what you did with the CPS sketch.

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  2. Whoohoo! 50 cents a spool?! Cool! I LOVE the sparkle on the heart! And while I struggled to capture the sparkle on the heart on my card for the PTI (not CPS) sketch challenge (lost the sunlight, but even worse....the darn wind kept blowing my card over....kerplunk!!!), you did great!!

    On a side note....you are always so friendly on the PTI forum and its always nice to post and blog with people who are so friendly! :>

    Hope you're having fun Not doing laundry!!! (I swear there is a laundry breeding program in my house..........I finish five loads and suddenly there are five more...........huh?!)

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  3. Cheryl, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving me a comment :) You have a fantastic blog and your creations are very beautiful!

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  4. Cute card! Loving the glitter! Thanks for playing at CPS this week!

    ~Lea

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