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Friday, May 4, 2012

~ quilled mother's day tree



~ good morning
here is the second of the Mother's Day cards I made this year

this isn't a new design for me {here is the green version}
but it is a totally new spin on it being all in pink


as you can tell by my logo I have a thing for pink trees
well not just pink trees but something 'out of the ordinary'
something unexpected I guess is what I mean

and I think a pink tree is unexpected, unique and out of the ordinary
{other than cherry blossoms, but they are gone quickly}


and if you've been to my blog before 
you will know I love a touch of bling on my cards


I was lucky enough to have this card be a part of
a local photo shoot

I'll share the pictures with you when I get them

~ cheryl

16 comments:

  1. brilliant what did you do that again nicely done
    nice weekend
    Greetings Baukje

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  2. Piękna karteczka... bardzo mi się podoba.
    Pozdrawiam Gabi...

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  3. Красота!Харесвам вашите картички!Много са елегантни!

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  4. the most lovely tree I have seen!

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  5. thats a gorgeous card...love the pink n grey combo

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  6. Beautiful and inspiring! Lovely work Cheryl

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  7. Make me smile. Beautiful tree!!

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  8. congrats on the shoot, this is really awesome love the pink and bling, great job!!!
    Paula

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  9. This is the cutest EVER! Love the pink tree top and bit of bling you used. Very nice card, Cheryl!
    -Molly

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  10. Hi, I am new to quilling. I love all of your work. Wish I had someone like you to teach me all the ends and outs. Do you ever do a tutorial on doing some of your work? Right now I need all the help I can get. I love the look on cards.

    Thanks:
    Christine

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  11. Hi Chris
    thanks for your interest in my quilling but unfortunately I don't do tutorials at this time. I work as well so I find that I just don't have the time to do them. My advice to you would be to practice, practice, practice. I started quilling in 2001 so it has taken me a while to get to where I am and to develop my 'style'. I know it will come for you too.

    You don't have your email address visible so this is the only way I could reply to you so I hope you get it.

    thanks
    Cheryl

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    1. Hi Cheryl,
      thanks for the hope. I must say you are the first person that has answered me back after I left a comment. I love your style. I am trying to make this tree for my grandkids to give to there mother for mother's day. Thanks again.
      My e-mail is cccoile@earthlink.net

      Christine

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