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I almost forgot about tonight...So I'm cheating a little and re-posting a card I made a few months back. Please forgive me. I LOVE the beach and summertime. Too bad I live 3 hours from the coast...I recently sent this card to another beach-loving friend of mine in California. When we were in high school (before she could drive), she used to ride the bus to the beach with her surfboard. She often paid in pennies. Silly girl.


Paper: PTI White, Ocean Tides, Dark Chocolate, SU Kraft
Ink: PTI Fresh Snow, SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI Out On a Limb Sentiments, Polka Dot Basics
Other: SU silver cord, "summer" charms, dimensional tape


Comments

  1. oh jeeeeez girl,I love this!

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  2. SO CUTE Cheryl!~ so BEACHY!!!!
    Have a GREAT night!

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  3. This is soooo cool. Loved the way you have used the charm and sentiments.

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  4. Beautiful - I'm sure your friend loved it!

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  5. I like the beads and charms, very nice and summery. I think its worth a three hour drive to go to the beach and the kids would love it!

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  6. You really captured the beachy feel!

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  7. Very beachy and pretty! I love it!

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  8. Very pretty and so creative!!

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  9. This is beautiful Cheryl! The charms look like beach glass! Gorgeous!

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  10. So soothing and absolutely lovely!

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  11. Very pretty Cheryl! I'm sure your friend loved it!

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  12. What fun sea shells. Super job on the summer challenge.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

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  13. Oh Cheryl this is pretty! The colors are lovely!

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  14. Really a fun card. I love the sea shells! What a funny story about your friend riding the bus with pennies to get to the beach!

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  15. Hi Cheryl! I liked this card the first time I saw it....and I Love it now! It reminmds me that my kidlets keep begging me to take them to the beach to build sand castles like Curious George! Again, love your little shells! (I forgot altogether about the hop, so I missed it this month! Whoops!) :>

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  17. I love this card Cheryl! So pretty!!

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