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Fruity Drinks and Fun at the Beach



I used "Live Half Full" (HERE), the new {ippity} itty bitty that was part of the release this may.  Great for summer and living an optimistic and free life!



Speaking of free, my daughter has been visiting and leaves to visit friends north of here today.  We had a great visit and took a few hours to relax at the beach yesterday afternoon.  It was a tad bit breezy and cool, but really jumped started my sense that summer really is almost here!




Isn't she beautiful?

Comments

Dr. Ivy said…
I love all the sparkle. It makes it so inviting. And yes, she is beautiful.
Ruby said…
Very colourful card. Love the sparkle finish.
Jingle said…
Super adorable card! Love the sparkle!
Unknown said…
The sparkle reminds me of sugar, which is how I like my lemonade to taste. Love how you used it!
NoraAnne said…
I love your glittery lemonade drink :) Very cute card! Glad you had a nice visit with your daughter!
Beautiful daughter and that sparkly beverage is just too wonderful!
Beautiful! LOVE all your sparkle!!!

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Crystal said…
All I can say is now I want a big, sparkly glass of lemonade! Beautiful card and photos!
JPScraps said…
Awesome card! And your pics are great!
Toni K said…
Lovin' your glittery lemonade! Cute card!
Tonya said…
Beautiful and sparkly! Great job!
Chris Dring said…
Love your card and the glitz on it. And yes, she is beautiful!
Kary said…
Hi Rebecca! Your card is beautiful!! I love that image and sentiment, and the added sparkle is so clever. Have a wonderful weekend!!
Barb King said…
Very summery card, love all the sparkle!
Gwen said…
Very cool and fun summery card! Love the sparkle. Your daughter is beautiful!!
Pryn said…
She certainly is beautiful :)
Your card is fabulous! I love, love, LOVE the way you made the liquid and fruit shimmer and sparkle! What an amazing effect!
Eva said…
Your daughter is beautiful indeed! Your card is fantastic, love how spakly you made the drink.
Julie Odil said…
Oooo, sparkly! Love the card, and yes, your daughter is beautiful. I found the expressions of your dog and your husband rather humorous. Do our pets look like us, or do we look like our pets?
Glenda J said…
Can I have one of what you are pouring? It looks amazing! Love your sparkle! Fabulous colours on this terrific card.

GOOD LUCK on your half marathon... that is more challenge that I could handle. Glad you had fun at your other run too. I have a 5 km coming up... just for fun.
Glenda J said…
Can I have one of what you are pouring? It looks amazing! Love your sparkle! Fabulous colours on this terrific card.

GOOD LUCK on your half marathon... that is more challenge that I could handle. Glad you had fun at your other run too. I have a 5 km coming up... just for fun.
Ooooh! I'll take one of those, please! Your card is fabulous and your darling, daughter is a beauty! :)

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