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Papertrey Princess Challenge--Neutrals

Val has come up with this new challenge--to use neutrals only. I actually don't think I have ever done that before, so it was really fun to try something new. I liked it so much, I think I'll keep trying.

I used the little scrolly stamp from PTI's Vintage Labels and repeated it to look like damask. It's hard to tell, but the sentiment strip is scored, a la Debbie Olson. Oh, and how much do I love that scallop die? Ohsomuch!
Paper: PTI White, Black
Ink: Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Inside Out Baby, Vintage Labels
Other: PTI small scallop die, black satin ribbon

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  1. Cheryl this is very elegant! Beautiful!!

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  2. So simple and elegant! Gorgeous!

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  3. This is so pretty and elegant, Cheryl!! Great job with the scoring, too.

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  4. This card is beautiful. Love how you did the ribbon.

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  5. Awesome card Cheryl. I'm really liking the neutral thing and will try it again for sure. Love the scallop die too. Thanks for playing.

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  6. Oooh, I had to enlarge your photo to see the cool ribbon treatment and when I did, I saw the perfect scored lines in the sentiment panel too. Very nice Cheryl.DO you have PSE or some other photo editing software?

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  7. Very pretty! I really like the way you made your own damask.

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  8. Another wonderful creation!!! lOvE iT!!!!

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  9. Cheryl I LOVE it!! So classy looking! Great job on the challenge!
    Have a GREAT day!

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  10. Beautiful...yup, I am gonna have to make this one too. So pretty!

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  11. No.
    No no no. Nope.

    You are too fancy and crafty. We can't possible be friends now!
    We are exact opposite!
    This will never work.

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