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A Little Thank-You

Here is a little one-layer card that I duplicated several times--a set for myself, I suppose. I needed to write all kinds of thank-you notes for dear friends and family and their hospitality while on our vacation this summer. I love this stamp set, but sometimes I am stumped by it. I think this turned out nicely, though. Just a little masking on the large flower and vine and my favorite pink combination--Sweet Blush (new formula is fantastic!) and Berry Sorbet.
Paper: PTI White
Ink: PTI Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, SU Certainly Celery
Stamps: PTI Flower Garden, Rustic Branches

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  1. Lovely Cheryl! Flower Garden is one of those sets that I don't have and keep thinking I might need. Your note card put me over the edge!

  2. This is so pretty Cheryl.. I think I gotta order the new inks!!

  3. What a gorgeous card! Love the colors. I think flower garden is my favorite floral set.
    PS. I used a 4x6 block for tree trimming stamps.


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