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More Flower Garden

Here is a little card I made with some of my fave PTI sets.  I love this big flower from Flower Garden.  A while back I cut out a bunch of these, so I've been trying to use up my stack (which is why you may have seen similar cards before...).  Lining them up vertically reminded me of a wall hanging my DH's grandma had in her house of some family pictures on a ribbon.  I know, I know, I'm getting craaaaazy with the loop above the edge!  Click to enlarge for full glitter effect.
Paper: PTI Berry Sorbet, White
Ink: PTI Fresh Snow, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Flower Garden, Green Thumb, Polka Dot Basics
Other: PTI True Black satin ribbon, Sakura Stardust pen-red
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  1. Cheryl, this is perfect. I love every element!!

  2. Oh how lovely! Definitely love how you put them vertically with the ribbon!

  3. What a fun, beautiful card! I never thought to put the flowers that way.

  4. This is so pretty. I love the pop of black. I don't have any PTI flower sets yet- but this is really gorgeous.


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