Friday challenge... Here comes the sun WINNER TRUDI

I went with sunflowers, too. They actually look better in person.
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Marilyn, I always like to see your original creations and this one doesn't disappoint!

Golda, love your sunflowers!
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Golda, your sunflowers are fabulous. The DP makes the petals look dappled with sunlight and the dotted ribbon stems are darling.
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Golda, beautiful sunflowers!!! I like the paper you made them with and a very sweet sentiment too.
Thanks for playing...
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Golda, love the way your bright sunflowers just pop against the dusky blue background. So pretty!

I had fun with this card. Found a wonderful sentiment that seemed to fit the theme.
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PS Here is the sentiment- "Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person,
a beautiful thing." ~ Mother Teresa
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Golda, I like your sunflowers with the ribbon stem
Kathy, Your choice of paper for your sun rays is really nice...
well done ladies
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That's beautiful and truly a breath of Spring, Kathy! I love the Mother Teresa quote, too. She was an amazing woman.
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Kathy, that is a beautiful sun card and a wonderful quote. I love the different papers you used in the sun.
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BTW- I have always found starburst cards to be tedious. Discovered a simpler way to make them, and after trying it out for my card, I know that I'll make them more often. (Plus, when you use this technique, you'll automatically have the pieces to make three cards right away.)
Here is the tutorial- http://simplestories.typepad.com/simple ... scale.html
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My sunflowers are made from shrink plastic and wire.

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