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Hello again.  This is the last of my completed cards.  I think I better get hopping, I just bought gift cards for my kids' teachers but I don't know if I can make enough holiday cards to go along with the gift cards.  Anyhow, here's another Farm Fresh Challenge, Friday Spy Day card.
It was technically a tag in the sample, but I used it like a sketch, loosely.  Instead of buttons, I used letters.  I couldn't think of any other holiday phrase that might fit.  Again, tried the Copics for the face, pencils for the rest.  Same pink patterned paper I used before (We R Memory Keepers).  Punched all the purple things with Doodlebug glitter paper.  Same snowflake punch, it's the only snowflake I have so I'm probably going to be using it over and over again. And the dark purple cardstock is from Papertrey ink.
Bye!

Comments

eva said…
hi cheryl, this is cute too!! love the purple/pink colors! what, no cyber monday shopping today??
Hey Cheryl~
You sure have been creative the last several postings.... love it..... This is a sweet precious card.....
Lorraine said…
What an adorable image & tag, Cheryl! Awesome - you've been busy crafting. Oh and wanted to say CONGRATS for your card below being featured on TGF blog!
RiNNE said…
Very cute! Love the color combo!

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