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Primas and Leaves

More Turning a New Leaf...Can't resist. One of my favorite color combos is raspberry and lime green (and the real-life flavors taste good together, too). Here are a couple of attempts with Prima flowers. I don't know which one I like better--I'm a little wary of making cards where the inside is dark, rather than white. Can people read writing on that color?
It's hard to tell, but I added a little sparkle to the centers of the flowers with a Sakura Stardust clear pen. I like a little bling now and then.
Both cards:
Paper: PTI White, Raspberry Fizz
Ink: SU Gable Green, Pink Passion
Stamps: PTI Turning a New Leaf, Giga Guide Lines
Other: Prima flowers, Sakura Stardust clear pen, corner rounder
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  1. I like both of them! Usually if I have a dark base color I'll add a lighter colored piece inside that coordinates so that I can write/stamp on that. Or you could use white ink inside too.

  2. Beautiful cards! When I have dark card bases I too just add a light color cardstock panel inside.

  3. These are so pretty Cheryl! I love the addition of the primas - what a great design.

  4. Sooooo sweet! Personally, I like the first card....don't get me wrong...they are both fantastic!! But the first card really POPs! Nicely done!

  5. Super pretty! Love the idea of adding the primas!

  6. Beautiful Cheryl! I love those colors together too!

    I usually add a lighter color layer to the insides of my dark-based cards (that's when all the paper insert with the color names from PTI come in handy!)

  7. These are both very beautiful cards! Your colors and primas are a wonderful combination

  8. I agree, love that color combo! And love those little flowers, they look like little cherry blossoms.

  9. Very pretty. I like the dark base card.

  10. Beautiful colors, Cheryl. I love the stamping with the flowers, such a lovely combination!!

  11. Love both of these! Love the color combo, love the flowers, love the clean and simple design! Did I mention I love them?


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