2016-05-13

Berry Berry Special : 2nd post today

My first challenge since last November.  Keeping it CAS.  Height of strawberry season here.  Cut It Up Challenge #96 is to use a die cut and have a strawberry on card.  I pretty much cased this from a Lawn Fawn Pinterest post.  I used Lawn Fawn Summertime Charms stamp and die set...a great set that is very versatile.

A2, copics, white highlighter, pop-ups for dimension, red sequins
sentiment is very old $1 bin purchase, Lil Inker stitched rectangles

10 comments:

  1. So glad we're your first challenge back! This card is awesome as always. We have another week or so for our strawberries here in VA.

    Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up for our Strawberry challenge!

    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  2. Wow height of strawberry season, lol! OK the snow's been gone for a long time but strawberries are another 6 - 8 weeks away, your's look delicious! I love how you kept the card CAS Cely, very nice!

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  3. Super card, love how the stitched frame, frames it beautifully.

    Our strawberries are not due for about a month.

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  4. How refreshing. I love this. Hum I have a jar stamp and berries.. might case this ..

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  5. Adorable CAS card Cely! Those strawberries look good enough to eat! Congrats on entering the challenge world again!

    Brenda

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  6. What a adorable card!! Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up challenge!
    Gerda
    http://cardscreations.blogspot.com

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  7. A FABulous CAS card..
    I LOve your strawberries, they look good enough to eat..Lovely x
    Chrissyxx

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  8. Here I am playing catch up and you've been so busy, I can't believe how many posts I've missed! I love these strawberries, Cely. Great job of putting them into the jar. I have one left over strawberry plant from last year's garden still thriving and with a few berries already set. :-D

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  9. Fabulous CAS card, love those strawberries. Cannot wait till they come in season, freshly picked are always the best.
    hugs
    Glenda

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