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Variation On a Theme

You've seen this before in different colors. Here's a slight variation. Watch out--I'm getting crazy with the ribbon...I'm working on more single-layer cards.   I embossed the flower in white, then colored it in with SU Cameo Coral and Chocolate Chip markers.  Then I went over the brown with my Stardust clear pen to give it just a little shine to match the organdy ribbon (click to enlarge). This set is going to my cousin for her birthday. She loves that Berry Sorbet color.



Paper: PTI Sweet Blush
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip, Versamark
Stamps: PTI Friends 'Til the End, SU Sincere Salutations
Other: Offray Organdy, PTI Berry Sorbet satin ribbon, Sakura Stardust clear pen
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  1. Another fabulous card. I like how you added the addition of the stardust pen.

    Very lovely. You are really rocking with the Friends till the End set!

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  2. Great Card. I love single layer cards. It looks awesome.

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  3. I'll bet that your cousin loves it! I love it! A very great one layer card. Love the shimmer.

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  4. This is gorgeous! I love the way you tied the ribbon.

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  5. Love the double ribbon!! What a gorgeous card!

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  6. Gorgeous! Anyone would love to get this.

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  7. Love that Sparkle!! LOVE the single rounded corner...how chic is that?! What a nice gift for your cousin! :>

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  8. One layer cards ought to fit into the life of a mom with six kids very well! :) Very nice!

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  9. Yay - love the sparkle and the one-layered-ness. Those are always so tough (er, at least tough for me...)! :)

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  10. Cheryl this is sooo PRETTY!!
    Have a GREAT weekend!

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  11. Very nice...
    Your blog is great. Did I miss that you got one? Clearly I did... HUGS!
    em

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  12. Very pretty. Thanks for stopping by my blog. The boot in green thumb was the inspiration for the box.

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  13. Just LOVE the clean and simple look here. This is stunning!

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