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Gallery Idol Fail #1

Aw, poop.  I uploaded a bunch of cards to enter the Gallery Idol contest, and I checked today in the flikr account, and somehow only 3 of them made it in the official entry page.  I don't know what I missed, but here is one card that didn't upload for some reason. 

I don't think the card is a fail, though. :)

I tried highlighting the sentiment on the vellum by threading the ribbon through slits in the frame.  I like how it turned out.  The frame itself is embossed in super sparkly powder, but it didn't photograph well.

Paper: PTI White, Sweet Blush, Winter Wisteria, Vellum
Ink: Versamark, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Pretty Peonies
Other: PTI white satin ribbon, MS butterfly punch, Zing silver EP, PTI Sunshine Impression plate, Perfect Pearls mist, dimensional tape
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  1. I love the embossed background!! The sparkly frame is great too and I always love butterflies. Great card Cheryl!

  2. Beautiful! You're so creative and its quite inspirational! I'm a new follower and brand new blogger at
    Have a blessed day!!


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