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This month we were challenged to use yellow.  It doesn't seem like it would be that hard, but for some reason, it can be.  I do love the combination of Berry Sorbet and Lemon Tart, so I stamped the big flower from PTI's Everyday Classics  in Berry Sorbet on white, then cut it out.  The small flowers are stamped in SU Ruby Red and popped up on dimensionals.  For the leaves, I used the wings from the birds in that set.  Enjoy!
Paper: PTI White, Bitty Dot Lemon Tart
Ink: PTI Berry Sorbet, SU Certainly Celery, Ruby Red
Stamps: PTI Everyday Classics, Friends 'Til the End
Other: Dimensional tape, corner rounder

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  1. Oh cute! Love the polka dotted bg and the polka dotted leaves! So adorable! And fun lo as well!

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  2. Totally splendid as usual, Cheryl!

    Love how you created the leaves for the flowers with the wing of the bird!

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  3. This is so classy!! I love everything about it~

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  4. lovley card! love the way you placed the flowers & the colors you used!
    PS...love your Raspbery suites card too!!! ;)

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  5. Oh so pretty! Love the flowers' colors: they're perfect with the yellow.

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  6. Adorable! Love that flower - I can't wait for my set to arrive :)

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  7. Very pretty! I love your card for raspberry suite challenge too!

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  8. So cute Cheryl! Love the polkda dotted leaves!

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  9. DEEElightful card! Simple yet striking!

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  10. So cute and I love your colours!

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  11. Lovely CAS card. I love the red flowers against the yellow (one of my favorite combos).

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  12. Very cute layout. I like the large sentiment!

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  13. Great idea to use the bird wings at leaves! I use Everyday Classics all the time and don't know if I would've ever thought to do that. Love your color combination -- great card!

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  14. This is just lovely, I love the polka dots!!

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  15. I'm really loving the combo of Berry Sorbet and Lemon Tart that I've been seeing tonight and yours most definitely does not disappoint!! I like the red with the yellow too....something I have not seen! :>

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  16. So, so pretty! Love the pop of the flowers against the yellow!

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  17. hi cheryl. this is soooo sweet. i just LOVE it!

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  18. Beautiful card!! (Love the name of your blog.)

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  19. well well missy..this is fantastic!

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  20. Love it. Your wings from the bird are a really smart polka dot wing.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

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  21. I really like your card, polka dots are the best!!

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  22. Oh, perfect! I forget all about that flower; thanks for reminding me!!

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  23. lovin' all the dots! cute card, tfs!

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  24. This is sweet! I love these colors together.

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  25. Your card came out great. Love the color combo.

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  26. Great color combo! I am impressed by your creative use of the wing stamps for leaves, too!

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  27. Love this card! It's so pretty! Very well done!

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