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CPS & Papertrey

Papertrey is sponsoring this week's sketch at CPS-Card Sketches, and there is a fabulous prize involved. Here is sketch #153, and my take on it--a valentine for Grandma...
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I used a marker to color the outline heart on the multi-lined image in Heart Prints. I also thought the centers of the flowers could use a little sparkle, so I filled them in with another Sakura Stardust pen.
Paper: PTI White, Raspberry Fizz, Pure Poppy, SU Pixie Pink
Ink: SU Pink Passion
Stamps: PTI Heart Prints, Background Basics-Petal Power
Other: Heart punches, Sakura Stardust pink pen

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  1. Such a pretty card! I love the shimmery middles of the petal background stamp! Thanks for joining us at CPS this week!

    ♥Lea

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  2. Beautiful, Cheryl. I am placing that BG stamp in my cart now!

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  3. Awesome Cheryl! Love the background paper you made.

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  4. So lovely! Love the shimmery touch you added to the middle of the flowers!

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  5. LOVE the hearts for the border and the shimmer you added! FAB card!

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  6. Beautiful card Cheryl!! I have Petal Power and have yet to play with it - after seeing this I'm really feeling like I should get it inky soon!

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  7. Cute! I like the heart border.

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