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Blue birds

I am a few weeks late for Becky's last challenge, but that's alright. I actually made it on time but didn't post it. I think this card had to grow on me a little bit.
I love this egg and dart pattern from PTI's First Fruits. It has always reminded me of a bird's feathers. Becky's challenge included white embossing on Soft Stone cardstock, with specific measurements, ribbon and a button. I do feel like the button was a little contrived for me, but it's there nonetheless. Enjoy!
Paper: PTI Enchanted Evening, White, SU Sahara Sand
Ink: Versamark, PTI Enchanted Evening
Stamps: PTI First Fruits, Birds of a Feather, Pond Life
Other: White Filigree embossing powder, PTI Enchanted Evening satin ribbon, button, white thread

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  1. THis is gorgeous Cheryl! I love that background pattern. I made a card for this challenge but never posted it as I really struggled.

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  2. Cheryl, I love this! Great take on the challenge! I didn't even have a chance to make something for it, but I might have to after seeing your card!

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  3. Cheryl this is super pretty! I love your background.

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  4. Great card Cheryl. Pond Life is one of my favorites.

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  5. Lovely! :) The background is FAB!

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  6. Just added First Fruits to my wish list- because of this card alone!

    Beautiful card!

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  7. CHERYL! Holy cow I wish you had entered this...it's incredible. I was just looking at that stamp from first fruits the other day and thinking it looked like an owl, but I've never actually inked it up. This is really stunning. High marks to you.

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  8. Wow, this is pretty!! I love how you cute the bottom border to match the stamping. I love the birds, too!

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