Sweet Cherries!

Mouthwatering So Sweet card The cherries from the Mouthwatering set are so cute! I love them when they are embossed because of the shine it adds to the cherries. I even used the cherry smelling embossing powder so I just can't resist smelling them.

The designer paper is from the Sweet Shop Series and coordinates so well with the Mouthwatering set. I picked the colors Poppy Parade and Lucky Limeade from the paper to finish out my card.

Lately I can't seem to get Mouthwatering Cherries with printed bradsenough of the rhinestone or pearl jewels. It add just that last little touch using the jewels. Look at how well the sentiments from the Sweet Cake set coordinate with the Mouthwatering set too. My other last little accessory is the printed Lucky Limeade brad that I add to the ribbon.

I used the Retro Sketch #4 as the layout for this card. It works so well with the cherries from the Mouthwatering set. It makes cards come together so much quicker when I start with a sketch.

You will not want to miss out on the fun Easter carrots that I will have up tomorrow. I am working on the video later today! See you tomorrow.

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  1. Such a happy cardโ€”so bright and cheerful! Thanks for playing along with us in this week’s RetroSketches!

  2. Christine, this is just so beautiful! LOVE the cherries and that sweet tag! And the ribbon and brad – so well put together! Thank you so much for playing with us at RetroSketches this week!

  3. This card is super sweet!! Love those yummmy papers. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at RetroSketches!

  4. So fresh and pretty! What a great card!!

  5. Tara Murphy

    Really cute card! I bet it smells delicious ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. love, love, love, your card, but how did you emboss the cherries red and use the sweet smelling cherry embossing powder?

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