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Raspberry Suite #6

This challenge surprised me, because I ended up really liking this color combination.  At first, I thought it screamed '80's, but I suppose it all depends on the proportions of color.  I had a lot of fun, and I made 2 cards.  I think I might even make more...

For the first card I used all kinds of circles and dots from various sets.  I've been waiting to use those concentric ones from PTI's Father Knows Best for a really long time.  I like how it turned out.  I also traced a Maya Road flower onto Aqua Mist cardstock and cut it out.

I spent a lot of time on this one, trying to get it right.  What I had in my head didn't translate exactly, but I still like it.  Those are Maya Road flowers, and I just tied a knot in the ribbon, then pushed it through the center hole.

Card #1:
Paper: PTI White, Berry Sorbet, Aqua Mist
Ink: PTI Berry Sorbet, Aqua Mist, Fresh Snow, SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI Father Knows Best, Women of Life, Polka Dot Basics, Everyday Classics
Other: PTI Dark Chocolate Satin Ribbon

Card #2:
Paper: PTI White, Dark Chocolate, Berry Sorbet, Bitty Dot
Ink: PTI Berry Sorbet
Stamps: PTI Friends 'Til the End
Other: Maya Road Flowers, PTI Aqua Mist twill and Fresh Snow satin ribbons, dimensional tape
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  1. These turned out really good! I like how you did the ribbon on the bottom one. I may have to try that!

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  2. Love the fun ribbon treatment of your second car and the fun circles on the first one! :)

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  3. I love all the circles on the first one and the ribbon knots are a great touch on your second card!

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  4. Cheryl those both turned out FANTASTIC!! You did a GREAT job on the challenge!!!

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  5. Those ribbon stems are so creative! Great work!

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  6. they are both awesome girl!

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  7. Cheryl, I LOVE your lots of dots!! And that concentric one reminds me that Father Knows Best is already on my wish list....but with another great way to use it, its getting bumped higher! Thanks! Also really like your three flowers card!! Thanks for the flower center/knot tip....I'll definitely have to use that one, turned out really cool looking! :>

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  8. I love your 2 cards!! I think the flower one is my favorite, but all the dots on the first one are so much fun!!!

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  9. Lovely cards! I especially like the flower one, love the knot through the middle of the flowers.

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  10. Both those cards turned out great.

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  11. Both of these turned out great! I liked the colors in this challenge too!

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  12. I like both of them, but I like the bottom one best. :) Very nice!

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