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Humble Pie

This week's Featured Stamper at Splitcoast Stampers is Cynthia (aka StampinAK)and you can click here to see the card I cased from her blog. Cynthia did the card for the last Can You Digi It? Challenge. I loved the sketch and her use of super fun papers. I actually was going to use a dog image, but... you know how that often goes.

Unfortunately, I needed an "I am sorry" card today. The recipient loves bees so I thought the use of the lovely bee paper from Prima would help me get back in her good graces. Actually, she forgave me in less than 5 minutes, but I thought I would send a card anyway. The bowl full of pie ingredients is from Clear Stamps by The Paper Studio (was the closest I had to a pie image).

I am also entering this card in the Ribbon Carousel RCC61 challenge (Buttons and Bows) and the Fat Pages and Cards with Attitude Challenge #18 (Anything goes).

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. Love these soft colors and what a nice way to say I'm sorry.

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  2. Love this layout, Nancy!! Great case!

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  3. Good for you for reaching out to say sorry :) Love the humble pie sentiment - yeah, I eat that myself LOL! Darling card and glad things are forgiven and you are able to carry on :)

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  4. Fun card and great color! Pie always has to start with the dough!

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  5. Very sweet of you to make this card and glad things have worked out well. Your card is so cute and I love the bee brad.

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  6. What a cute card and how sweet of you to go the extra mile making this card when you are already forgiven. I love the humble pie sentiment, I have not heard that saying in a long time.

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  7. Lovely wee card and the bee is really cute.
    Thanks for joining us over on Fat Pages With Attitude.
    Hugs Alison x x

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