Sunday, December 2, 2012

Perfect Sentiments Challenge #57 - Recognize Someone

A major holiday just passed where we give thanks for all that we have and for all those we love. But, I bet there is someone out there, who could use a little recognition simply because they mean a lot to you. Maybe it is someone who provides a great service to you or your family but there isn't a holiday to recognize them. This week's Perfect Sentiments challenge will help you let that special person know just how much you appreciate them!

Our sponsor for this challenge is Pattie's Creations.  She will generously be giving away one free digi from her shop to the randomly selected winner of this week's prize.

The Challenge:  Create a card with a sentiment that fits the twist.
The Twist:  Recognize someone.

I am lucky enough to have an amazing family and my brothers (as annoying as they can be) were smart enough to find women who were just right!  My card today is recognizing my sister-in-law.  (I know you're reading this T...  It's been a great 20-some years since my brother brought you home and I can't think of many things he's done better!)

My sister in law is not only one of my best friends, but an awesome wife and mom.  I have come to rely on her for everything from a fun day shopping to advice, help, and just great companionship.  I couldn't have asked for a better friend and sister!  Love you T! :)

(and the fine print)
Supplies for this project
Cardstock:  Bazzill - Coconut Swirl; Nautical Blue Light
Stamps:  Stamping Bella - Posh has a present; Til Tuesday - Sentiment
Ink, Paint, Stain & Colored Pencil:  Varsafine - Onyx Black; Prismacolor Pencils

Now that you've seen my card, check out the creations of my amazing fellow Design Team Members over at The Perfect Sentiment, then get out your supplies and recognize someone!


  1. Cheryl this is just gorgeous and so beautifully crafted. Love how everything work so well together. Wishing you a wonderful Monday.
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  2. so gorgeous. Love your coloring and the colors you chose. I'm in awe how you colored those shoes. Great job.


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