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Dawn- awesome challenge! I thought this bird's nest image needed a chick, so I used SU's Best of Cluck- and added some carrot images for accents. Did a sponged background, and finished with a knotted twine border with a yellow bow. Here's New Chick
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou
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Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Ashburn, Virginia
I don't have to go far to find a little sunshine. All I have to do is look into the sweet face of our little grandson, Theodore (Teddy). He is the sunshine in our lives. He even has a sunshine stuffed toy that he refers to as "Lunny" *laughing* We always have to hold Lunny in our lap and read to him as well.
Here's my Valentine's Day card and submission to the Free 4 All Challenge - Show a little Sunshine. I've used designer paper with a circle motif (something he recognizes) in yellow to represent the sunshine.
Thanks for the challenge, Dawn! My card is a spring colors thank you card for someone who is special to me and who is always there for me. Hope the blue "sky" bkgrd, watercolored butterflies and white picket fence bring the sunshine.