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WCMD PTI Challenge #4-Australia

Here are some cards using influences from Australia. When I was in 3rd grade, my teacher, Jenni Samuel, told us about growing up there. She moved to the US in the '70's, because she met and married Dave Kunst, who was the first man to walk around the world. She met him in during his walk there, and drove a car 3 miles per hour behind him, towing a trailer, for about a thousand miles. Now that's love!
The first card is a girl version, using a retired SU set, Paint Prints, and a white Souffle pen. The second card is a boy version, using another retired SU set, Suitable for Framing; again outlined with the souffle pen.
Paper: SU Real Rust, PTI Dark Chocolate
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI Birthday Basics, Women of Life, SU Paint Prints, Suitable for Framing
Other: 2" square punch, 1 1/2" square punch, Souffle pen

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  1. Cheryl, wonderful job on both! Miss having you PTI swapping with us round 5 is on now over on SCS if you want to join in. (Chrys23 is guest hostessing this round).

  2. Oh how pretty! Love your colors and your dots are perfect :O)

  3. Wow, you really used that souffle pen beautifully!! I love the colors and great cards!

  4. OMG!!! ALL of your PTI posts are beautiful! Nicely done!!

  5. Great cards--I really like your choice of colors! And your dots are just perfect.......

  6. Whoa, you had one interesting teacher! :) And that card is so reminiscent of what I know (which would fill a thimble maybe) of Australia, cool colors and patterns.

  7. That is a great card for the Australia challenge. Your interpretation is amazing!

  8. Wonderful job on the challenge card. Great story about the teacher as well. Good Luck in the contest. Hoping I can play this evening.

  9. Cheryl I LOVE these!! Great job on the challenge!!!

  10. These are great! Such wonderful colors evoking that country!

  11. Oh so cool! :) Love the dotting you did!


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