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It's that time of year again when I make all of the birthday cards for my mother-in-law to give to her grandkids.  Here's one of the contenders:


Paper: SU Sahara Sand, PTI Enchanted Evening
Ink: Versamark, Memento Tuxedo Black
Stamps: WMS Half-Pint Heroes, PTI Out On a Limb
Other: Copics, White embossing powder, Perfect Pearls mist, dimensional tape, white gel pen

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  1. Love this, Cheryl! Your background is amazing! You may need to teach me how you did this!

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  2. This is sooo cute!! I love the background and the rocket ship is out of this world!! :-)

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  3. This is adorable! LOVE the space background you made!

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  4. What a great card! Your mother in law will love this - the only problem will be who to give it to! So sweet! Love the sparkly background and the white embossed sentiment!

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  5. great card and I really like hte splattering/misting for your space

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  6. Cheryl this is awesome!!
    I love your "space"...it's perfect!
    And that rocket is colored fabulously...
    and the sentiment embossed...
    perfection! :)
    Your MIL will love this one...
    and so will the one who receives it!! :)

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  7. What a sweet card. You did such a nice job creating that sky. Any little girl or boy would really love it.

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  8. Wouldn't blame your MIL if she wanted to keep this for herself! LOL. Great card, gorgeous colours. Well done, Cheryl!

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  9. Perfect night sky. Knocked it out of the park.

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  10. Love your sky and the great coloring on the space ship!

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  11. Cute,cute,cute! I also love your sky ...it makes the card.

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  12. Love the sky! The perfect pearls mist are the perfect touch for a starry sky! So cool!

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  13. Oh how fun is this! i do love your sky... perfectly misted to make it fun & magical. and that rocket ain't that shabby - fun & bold!

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  14. A very cute card with a lovely sentiment on it!
    Love the simplicity of your cards x

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  15. This is such a lovely card! Love the way you made the sky!

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  16. Whoa! What a big undertaking for your MIL! I am sure she appreciates your efforts. This is a great card, with that beautiful sky. Nice work!

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  17. Great card, love the sky background! And of course the little rocket dude :).

    Chris L.

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