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Raspberry Suite #9

Beautiful colors for this challenge! Green is really out of my comfort zone, but I love it if it is the right shade.
I have always thought the egg and dart pattern from PTI's First Fruits coordinates nicely with Birds of a Feather. Here are two versions--one with Versamark on SU Garden Green, with a little frame around the image, and another with the pattern in black.

Card #1
Paper: PTI Vintage Cream, SU Garden Green
Ink: Versamark, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI First Fruits, Birds of a Feather
Other: PTI black satin ribbon

Card #2
Paper: PTI Vintage Cream
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Birds of a Feather, First Fruits, Pond Life Sentiments
Other: PTI New Leaf satin ribbon
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  1. I love the scallop edge at the bottom, and the words are very special! Just gorgeous!! Well done :0)

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  2. That is a really cool background, I think I like it in the green best.

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  3. well you would never know you were out of your comfort zone...these are awesome

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  4. You're right - those patterns look terrific together. Very pretty!

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  5. Cheryl, Your cards look wonderful. I love that color combo for the challenge. Wonderful job.

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  6. Really, really pretty! Love them both:)

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  7. Very pretty cards! I love the last one. Great job!

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  8. Cheryl the cards are LOVELY!!! I gotta peek at the PTI set you mentioned..soooo matches perfect with the bird!!!
    Have a WONDERFUL weekend!!!

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  9. beautiful cards, I love the cut edges!! The green is just so nice, love it!

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  10. Ooooo I really like how you have paired these two sets! They just look stunning together!

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