Monday, April 22, 2013

# Borders # Doilies

Sisters and Friends

Anyone who knows me, knows that my sister is my best friend - so I really had fun putting this card together.   I was a little creative with the Sister cut - adding an "S" to it from the end of the Mother's die.  That is one of the things that I really love about our sentiments - they are all the same font and size, so it's easy to combine them.  I made another project this weekend for Earth Day, and just combined the "ea" from the Easter die, and the rest of the letters from the Mother's die - to form the word Earth.

The flowers were created with our latest strip dies - and lots of pretty greenery from the new release as well.


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Cheery Lynn Designs Dies

Papers:
Graphic 45 - The Secret Garden Collection
WorldWin Papers - Cardstock
Xyron Mega Runner, Xyron Creatopia
Art Institute Dries Clear Adhesive

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3 comments:

  1. Great card Gini...your use of all the letters is a good tip!

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  2. Oh my goodness, Gini, this is so gorgeous! I love the combination of dies you used and your beautiful papers. Your flowers are so pretty. I just love this layout!

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