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Blogger's Challenge 60 - Birthday Cards

Here is my card for this week challenge to make birthday cards:

I know I'm late again posting this. Don't know what my problem is with time lately other than having too much going on in my head to focus & concentrate well. Anyway this is a simply card. The layout is one of Beate's weekend sketches . I finally used one of the Cuttlebug embossing folders I just had to have. Be sure to check the other girls great cards by clicking on the blogger's challenge button to the right.

Supplies: Stamps-StampinBellas: Bettina Buttercream; Paper-Bazzill, SU, SEI; Misc-Swiss Dot embossing folder, Prismacolor pencils (no gamsol), Stickles (on the wings).

Comments

  1. Very cute...and I'm loving this image which looks so adorable with this sketch!

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  2. Love this image!! So cute...great card.

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  3. Glad you posted your card even if it is late..oohhh love the color combo and the image is so darn cute.
    connie paxman

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  4. Such a cute layout! Great colors, too!

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  5. Oh, that is such a cute stamp! Great card...

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  6. This is really cute, everything works so well togther. Great job!

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  7. What a cute image! Very sweet card.

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  8. So glad you had the chance to play Suzanne because this is so adorable! What a sweet image! :D

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  9. Perfect image for a birthday card! So cute!

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  10. super cute image and I love the cb embossing folder...definitely a favorite of mine!

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  11. What a sweet image and your coloring is wonderful! {SMILEs}

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  12. This gal is so cute. I love the way you've colored the image and the layout is super. Great job...

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  13. fabulous card, love those swiss dots and Bettina is so cute!

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  14. Ohhh this is soooo adorable. Love the way you put this all together!!! Very nice! TFS!

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  15. She's beautiful, I love the sketch you have used too.

    :) Marcia

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