Sweet card - Treasured Scrapbooking Summer crop

It's not too late to come and join us at Treasured Scrapbooking for some really fun challenges and you can see more about it in my post HERE.

I had fun making this card for Karen's challenge, which was to create a card a layout or some kind of project with summer fruits on it...Well, that was so easy, as there are plenty of papers out there right now with cherries on it, so here is my card I created for her challenge. One thing I can tell you that I had so much fun with this card and my previous post's card as well, is that I used Sakura's clear glitter pen to outline my cherries and also my sentiment stamp. I wish you could really see it in the picture, but I tell you, the images come alive with those pens. If you haven't had a chance to play with them, definitely pick some up. LOVE them so much!!!! And the sketch I used for this card is from Card Patterns, it's their last week's sketch, but I loved it and thought I would use it. Anyway, here is my card for you to see.

Supplies used to make this card:

Cardstock: Stampin Up
Patterned paper: October Afternoon
Stamp: Unity Stamps
Ink: Ranger
Sakura clear glitter pen
Kaisercraft pearls (my little cherries, aren't they cute??)
Adorn it alphabet stickers
Pebbles ribbon
Pins from Joann's
Spellbinders label die
Punch by Stampin Up
Provo craft tiny scallop scissors (hmmmm...just picked them up for 50 cents..can't go wrong!)
Glue: Beacon Zip Dry

Well, hope you like it! I am off today to create a layout and later Michael and I are going to a demonstration in support of the Iranian people! What's going on there is just unbelivable and since Michael is from there, he has been glued to Twitter to get all the information, so we both want to show our support to those brave people! For now I am sending them LOVE and LIGHT from the bottom of my heart!

Anyway, that is all I have to show you today and hope you have a lovely Sunday!