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Argyle & Duckies

I am in love with A Little Argyle! I love the possibilities for color combinations and that it can be used for masculine or feminine projects. Here's a baby boy card I made for a friend recently.
Paper: PTI Spring Rain, White, Bitty Dot paper
Ink: PTI Spring Rain, SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI A Little Argyle, Bitty Baby Blessings, Inside Out: Baby
Other: PTI Dark Chocolate grosgrain ribbon, dimensional tape, orange marker


  1. Hi Cheryl,
    I just wanted to thank you for your comment and the link you left on Family Volley today about drowning.

    I was not the only one to read it. A few other readers also used the link. I really appreciate it.

    Thank you for reading Family Volley.

    I hope you are having a good week.


    Oh, and I love the argyle on the card with the ducks.

  2. Oh this is so sweet, perfect for a boy baby

  3. How sweet! Love the trail of little ducks!

  4. This is so super cute. I love that Argyle, I think I *need* it:)

  5. Fantastic card Cheryl, reminds me of the children's book, "Make Way for Ducklings"!


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