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PTI July Blog Hop

Here's the inspiration photo for Papertrey's July Blog Hop:
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Isn't this picture beautiful?  Love those colors together.

I die cut one of the new Mega Gracious Vases out of vellum, then used it as a stencil template for the vase on the card.  I masked the bottom of the rose and sponged Berry Sorbet ink.  I don't own Simply Chartreuse, so I used New Leaf and Spring Moss instead.  Enjoy!

Paper: PTI White, Spring Moss, Melon Berry
Ink: PTI New Leaf, Harvest Gold, Summer Sunrise, Berry Sorbet, Spring Moss
Stamps: PTI The Sweet Life, Sending a Big Thank You
Other: Mega Gracious Vases die, Double-ended Banner die, Spellbinders Impressabilities-hexagons/chevron, dimensional tape

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  1. gorgeous! love that background texture!

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  2. This is beautiful, Cheryl! You have me regretting not buying the Mega Gracious Vases set to got with The Sweet Life!

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  3. WOW this is just gorgeous. I now want to buy both these stamp sets just to replicate your card. the embossed background...WOW.. Perfect.

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  4. Very pretty. ;-) Love your Sweet Life roses! And your color distribution is so nice.

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  5. Beautiful card. Great job on the challenge.

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  6. Your roses are gorgeous! Love the card

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  7. This is gorgeous! Great job with the inspiration photo.

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  8. Beautiful Cheryl! Love the addition of the impressed background~

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  9. Those roses look fabulous in the vases Cheryl! Beautiful!

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  10. What a beautiful card. Can hardly wait to get my order with the roses and mega vases. Love it.

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  11. The lushness of the roses looks great against the textured background. Great placement on the leaves. I kept playing with mine to come up with something balanced.

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  12. Cheryl it's gorgeous!!
    Love those blooms in that vase...
    and if I didn't already have Rosie Posie...
    that set would be mine...
    but how many flowers do I really need so you just can't tempt me anymore!!
    Urrgghhh!!!
    But it's so gorgeous!!
    And that sentiment is perfect!! :)

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  13. Cheryl, this is such a beautiful card, I love the textured background!

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  14. Cheryl what a beautiful card and your design is fabulous.

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  15. Lovely card. Great color combination of your roses. Love the textured background.

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  16. So very pretty!! Love the colors you used in your roses and the background texture in awesome!

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  17. Oh wow!!! I love the orangey flowers!! So pretty!!

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  18. What a gorgeous card. Those roses are perfect for that vase, and I am loving the texture on your card front.

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  19. Great card. Love the roses in the vase.

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  20. Oh, this is just so pretty. Love to color combo here!!

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  21. stunning card, i wish i had ordered those stamps after seeing this.

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  22. Adorable card - what a great use of the mega vases!

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  23. Love everything about this card Cheryl!! Just beautiful!

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  24. Great use of this month's new stamps! :)

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  25. Lovely card ~ your roses are beautiful!

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  26. Cheryl, this is beautiful! I love that you made a stencil. Aren't these roses gorgeous?! Love your embossed background!

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  27. Your card is beautiful, Cheryl. I love that you used this color combo on the blooms. Aren't the roses just so much fun to stamp?!

    It was so good to see you last weekend! Thank you so much for having me. You're the best!

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