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Papertrey Princess Challenge-No Sentiment

Alright, I'm coming up for air again...It's my turn to host the Papertrey Princess (blog group) Challenge. For this challenge, I would like you to create a card with no sentiment on the front. It was a challenge for me, but I think it has grown on me. What is written on the inside is the most important anyway, right? Good luck!
This first card is 4 1/2" square, and I have yet to be able to photograph Summer Sunrise in a flattering light.
No stamping at all on this second one. I think that might be a first for me.

Hey, wait...almost no stamping on this one either, except on the leaves in Versamark and heat embossed.
Card #1:
Paper: PTI Summer Sunrise Spring Rain, White
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Versamark
Stamps: PTI Leaf Prints
Other: PTI Leaf Prints die, dimensional tape

Card #2:
Paper: PTI White, Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Bitty Dot
Other: PTI Beautiful Blooms die, 5/8" circle punch, dimensional tape

Card #3
Paper: PTI White, Berry Sorbet, Bitty Dot, SU Garden Green
Ink: Versamark
Stamps: PTI Year of Flowers: Roses
Other: PTI Polka Dot Basics 2 Impression plate, Beautiful Blooms die, 1/2" circle punch
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  1. Oh my, they are all beautiful cards! What a super challenge. Thanks!

  2. That is such a great idea. I think this is what I may do tonight!

  3. Love this challenge Cheryl! I frequently leave off a sentiment so it shold be an easy one for me.
    These cards are fab, especially that first one. SIMPLE and STUNNING!
    Oh, and I really like the new photo of are just so pretty with such a happy smile!

  4. What a fun challenge! Lovely cards!

  5. Great challenge and LOVELY cards!

  6. Cheryl these are all FABULOUS!!! What a GREAT challenge...

  7. Your cards are all lovely. Thanks for this great challenge...need to catch up on all these challenges.


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