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Rock and Roll

I have a new favorite PTI set. Giga Guide Lines. Wow. The sentiments are nice and big, and there are just enough to cover about every event a person might need. And the images...I love them.
For both of these cards I used the "rock and roll" technique--ink up the stamp in a light color, then roll the edges in a darker color. I love this combination of Summer Sunrise and Berry Sorbet. I think I've been inspired by all of the beautiful fall trees.

Here I tried my hand at a homemade flower--I just punched circles and then folded and twisted and crumpled the paper. I actually was able to separate the layers because PTI cardstock is so thick. Not bad for a first try, right?

Paper: PTI Summer Sunrise, Berry Sorbet, White
Ink: Versamark, PTI Summer Sunrise, Berry Sorbet
Stamps: PTI Giga Guide Lines
Other: PTI Berry Sorbet Satin ribbon, white embossing powder

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  1. Beautiful cards. Might have to add that set to my cart. So good to see you in the "Papertrey News".

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  2. These are beautiful. Makes me really want these sets!!!

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  3. Congrats on being the Guest Desinger. Lovely blog!

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  4. Great colors on the cards - just got my Giga set - now to squeeze time to play...
    Congrats on being Guest Designer!!!!
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog tittle - if I would have thought of it mine would have to say - instead of laundry, dishes, dusting, vacumeing or anything housework related :) work too if I didn't need the crafting $$ (when I have a little left over anyway....)

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  5. What a fun color combination. I never would have thought to mix those colors, but it looks beautiful. Btw, congrats on being in the PTI newsletter!

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  6. I really wish you'd stop . . . I am so on the fence over the giga guidelines set . . .and you're tipping me over the edge . . .and congrats on being Guest Designer, how cool is that!!!

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  7. So cute! :) Love the rocking and a rolling and the fun flower!

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  8. well hello gorgeous!! and WOOT for your feature at papertrey...

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  9. Gorgeous! I just love that new giga guidelines

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  10. Cheryl these are LOVELY!! I have to ink this set up.. it is just WAITING for me! HA!! LOVED reading about you in the PTI newsletter!!!

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  11. Great cards. I'm so glad I ordered this set. I think it's my new favorite.

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  12. Very pretty, love the color combo and that is such a fun technique!

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  13. wow, these are fantastic!! I just adore the colors you used, so bright and fun. And I really need to find some time to use that set, I love what you are doing with it!! And I loved reading about you in the newsletter too! TOO cool!!

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  14. So pretty Cheryl--great colors and I love your rock n' rolling!

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  15. Cheryl, your cards are beautiful. I am loving those giga guide lines too. Soooo many possibilities. Congrats, on being Guest Designer (and being featured in the PTI newsletter). Have a great day!

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  16. SWEET!!! And cOnGrAtUlAtIoNs on winning GSS on PTI - you deserve it!!!

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