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Some Strawberries


Don't these strawberries look yummy? I love this Pattie's Creations Image - darn that Anne Temple for getting me addicted to yet another artist (by the way Patty is having a big sale starting tommorrow)! My card is going to last week's destination station at the Teapot Tuesday Challenge on SCS; a sweet little boy who is fighting some major challenges and loves strawberry milkshakes (I think I got that right). I know this card does not look the least bit like a card for a young man, but I am fixing that with goodies designed exactly for one like a potato gun and some plastic bugs. I am entering this card in the Perfect Sentiments Challenge because I just love the sentiment I typed and it is Anything Goes in that challenge (PSC47 - Anything Goes with a Sentiment).

Hope your day is filled with something wonderful - maybe even a strawberry milkshake.

Hugz!

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  1. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the image the colours and the sentiment.
    Kevin xx

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  2. Terrific card. Yes those strawberries look delish. I love your highlight marks which makes them look so lifelike. I also like your punch and doily. Have a great day.

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  3. Fantastic card and I love that sentiment and the way you highlighted specific words. I had to laugh while reading though because just as I was thinking how you must really like Pattie's images, I found out I'm to blame :0). I'm an excellent enabler. I think the little boy will love your card too!

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  4. Nancy, how pretty you colored those strawberries. That is a great image and a perfect sentiment for this little boy. He is sure to love your card and those goodies.

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  5. love your project thanks for joining our anything goes challenge at the perfect sentiment.

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  6. That sentiment is too fun :) Lucky for me I'm not much into sweets so I'm quite safe LOL! Mind you I could eat that whole lot of strawberries in one sitting :)

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  7. Such a great card (even though I must have some strawberries now!) - great colouring and I love the way you highlighted some of the words :)

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  8. Oh this is gorgeous Nancy. You have coloured those strawberries to perfection, good enough to eat! Love the sentiment too. Michelle x

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  9. This is so fabulous, I love strawberries!

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  10. Such a cute card. I know that it will bring a smile to his face. Thanks for joining us at Perfect Sentiment. Hope to see you back again.

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