Wednesday, May 13, 2009

A Fabulous Friend and another Tri shutter











I went up to visit my friend Beth yesterday and we did a couple of cards. I used some of my new Stampin' Up! Designer Paper Raspberry Tart for these cards.
I am very behind and need to get out and visit everyone. I hope to get caught up later and will add more to this post giving details also.


13 comments:

sandra said...

There you are.I was worried.
Again one great card.
Love combo of colors.
Hugs!
Sandra!

LINDA said...

Glad your back posting Ive missed you, and your wonderful creations..These are so beautiful.. Very lovely!!
Hugs, Linda

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

These are so awesome!! I heard you had fun with Beth!! :) Very stunning and I hope to still try one out when I've got some time!!

Riet said...

Wowww Cheryl,what a beautiful card,l love the colour.

Hugs Riet.x

Emily said...

These are beautiful Cheryl! I love the colors and papers you used! I've missed seeing your posts!

Ret said...

Wow, Cheryl, these cards are wonderful. What beautiful work!!!
Thanks for taking the time to leave so many fabulous comments on my blog... you really make my day! I've decided to award you the "Lemonade Stand Award" for great attitude and gratitude.. visit my blog today (5/13) for details on how to claim it at http://cardsncraftsbyret.blogspot.com
Hugs,
Ret

akkina said...

what a beautiful card,Very lovely

Kim Dellow said...

Oh fab card, what wonderful details. Kim

Beth Norman said...

Such an awesome job! The colours are lovely. I really could use some of that SU paper.

Dawn said...

Hiya Cheryl
Wowee that is a gorgeous card - great design and that paper is stunning!


Sounds like you had a nice visit with your friend

Hugs
Dawn
x

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Wow Cheryl!! Gorgeous Card!! Love the colors and design!! Congrats on all your awards! You so deserve them!

Shirley said...

I'vegpttp try this Cheryl! Your card is just fanstastic and so pretty too!

neverenoughrubberstamps said...

Beautiful card Cheryl!
It looks like you spent a lot of time on that one!

Cheers,

Dorothy