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Sweet Summer


While the sun is reminding me that summer is soon to end, this card was made to celebrate summer!  I made it to feel fresh and "sweet".

The watermelon slice and sentiment is from the {ippity} set, "New Season, New Wonder".  Below is a close-up of the melon:


Isn't it scrumptious?  I thought you'd agree!

The ribbon is a 3GirlJam Crinkle Ribbon from the Hot/Cold bundle.  The color may be "Ice Blue", but it screams Fruity Caribbean beverage to me!




So, like I said in the opening sentence, the summer is soon to part us...We, the dogs and I, went on another walk again after work while Dave biked, and by the time we got back to the car (just after 8 pm), it was already almost dark! Sigh.

But hey, here's a picture of my sweet muddy pups in the car ready to come home (for a beer)!




Comments

Julie Odil said…
A great reminder of summer. It was 46 degrees here this morning! I mailed out your blog candy on Wed.
Your card is definitely scrumptious! That set is on my long wish list. It is perfectly refreshing for summer. Your doggies are darling sitting in the car! Love it! :)
Great card! Love the crinkled ribbon!
Glenda J said…
This is gorgeous! I LOVE the colours and the fabulous textures. Great work.
jennifer mitten said…
This is fabulous. I love that light green yellow with the purple background!
JPScraps said…
Terrific card! So summery!The pups are so cute!
Scrapper Myra said…
Love the ruffle. Amazing card.
Emily H said…
Wow! Great colors! Great card!

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