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Thanks with a Cherry on Top - Center Side Step

Hello... I'm back with a new card for this week's "Going Grey with Scrap-Creations" challenge!  This week's theme is "THINK PINK" and we're sponsored by the super cute digi store, Tiddly Inks!!





Close up of all the sparklies I added:


I found this template for Sakkalo's ZigZag card at Stamp Owl's blog.   This is much like the stair step card, or split stair step except the largest middle part is up front instead of in the back, which I really like!  



Happy Crafting :)

Comments

Christine said…
Wow, love this card!!! Your coloring is beautiful and I love all the accents and embellies!!!
Debbie Pamment said…
LOVE this card Kris - Tiddly Inks make the best images and you brought this one to life! LOVE that fold too - am off to check out the link - TFS
xXx
StampOwl said…
love this Kristine
Fabulous colors! Love all the pinks and purples you used on it and love the Birthday theme. Great zig zag fold.
Anonymous said…
OMG!! This creation is incredible!! I love the sparkle and the colors are so yummy!! Well done!!
Lori said…
Very whimsical, and cheerful! Love the pink, pink, pink.
Kathy W. said…
Oh this is so cute Kris. I love all the pink and the zigzag style is awsome. I'm gonna go look right now.
Lorie said…
Kris...this is INCREDIBLE! The recipient is SURE to love it!
Helen said…
Adorable! I love your cupcake sparkles! That paper is fun, too, and I love this image! What a fun card!
Becky said…
This is just delicious, gorgeous colors and coloring
Peggy said…
Kris I love this card! I tried to make a card like this but couldn't get all the cuts and folds right. You did a great job.
Kristen said…
Kris, your card is SOPER cute, and I love all your details!

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