Well here we are in February already. Time is just flying by, isn't it? I've got a pair of "sweet" cards to show you today. This time around, The Twofer Challenge is all about the fruit! My Twofer cards have cherries on them. And wouldn't you know, when I looked for cherries in the produce department the other day, not a one was to be found. I made myself crave cherries while I was making this
pear pair. I love cherries, don't you?! There are so many ways you can 'do' fruit this month -- so come on and play along!
Here is a photo of them together:
And here they are individually:
For my first card, which is a congratulatory card, I used two papers from a 6x6 pad called, "B-Side," by Basic Grey; the pink abstract base and the black and white square. The sentiment is from SSS and those cherries are MB dies. I used an ancient piece of subtle, self-adhesive glitter paper, which is so old, the adhesive part doesn't work anymore, lol! It didn't photograph all that well, but it truly is in the same color family as the pink patterned paper.
Card number two is a birthday card, and is pretty darn CAS. A scrap of polka dots in red, Doodlebug I think, and then scraps of red and green for the border and the cherries. I added some Glossy Accents to the cherries, and they look so fun irl. The sentiment is from Sunny Studio.
Be sure to stop by The Twofer Blog and see what the rest of the DT has created and leave them a little love. I guarantee that you'll adore their cards, and will be craving something delicious as well. And don't forget to swing by our Guest Designer, Sonja's blog to see what yummy cards she's created, too! See you in the gallery, and as always...