Sunday, 9 January 2011

Sassy Cheryl's - Sweet Pea


Our niece is with us from the UK at the moment. She transferred with an International Company to their Sydney office for two years.  Work starts on Monday so I made a little card to wish her well.

The digital image is from Sassy Cheryl with a sentiment from LOTV.  The pretty dp is from a Kaisercraft 6" paper pad called English Rose Collection.....which is kinda perfect!



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15 comments:

Juls said...

very cute! Love the gorgeous colours you have used in this card! Hugs Juls

Debgem said...

Sue - such a thoughtful card, I'm sure she appreciates it. It's very sweet!

Patti J said...

Awww...your niece will love this! Congrats to her on such an accomplishment! Wish her well for me! Beautiful card, dear friend!

Patti said...

Absolutely perfect for a young lady... so cute!

Olga said...

Awesome! I love that image!!!

Betty Benton said...

Bet she takes it along with her to work to remind her of your encouragement!

Monique said...

Awwe this is so adorable..She is going to love it!! Great work and so thoughtful Sue :)

redwasher1 said...

WOW!!! Sue this is totally sweet!! Fab coloring!!

Selma said...

Love this card Sue. That image is darling and the dp is so pretty. She will love this card.

CraftieConnie said...

Well good luck to your Niece, and I am sure she will love this card!
Adorable!

Shirley-anne said...

Beautiful card , Sue. Love the lush ribbon and the sentiment.

Kym Weber said...

Perfect card for your niece! Good luck to her too! Gorgeous card! The paper is absolutely beautiful! Love how the ribbon matches so perfect! And that image is just so darn darling! Spectacular job!

~Hugs~Kym

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Sassy Cheryl has all of the sweetest images, and this one is no exception! Love the colors you chose for her attire! Congrats to your niece , on her new appointment.

Nilla said...

Gorgeous card, Sue! Love the papers, the roses are lovely! Gorgeous colors too! Hugs Nilla

Katie Renz said...

Beautiful card Sue... it is I that want to thank you! Words are simply not enough.