Snappy Birthday!

I have a wonderful little godson who is about to have a birthday, so I thought I would use the colours from this weeks Play Date Cafe Challenge with the Paper Piecing Challenge in the Moxie Fab World to create a fun bright children’s card.

Snappy Birthday
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Today I thought I would also share a wonderful card that arrived in the mail from my neice.  I had such a fab time making cards with her when she was visiting over  christmas and I am soooo happy that she is now playing with paper…   she is such a creative, clever girl, I just LoVe her work!

Thank You

Supplies;  Paper:  A4 White Cardstock, Cre8tiv – Travel Series,  Basic Grey – basics White, Xpress It Blending Card, Imaginisce – Splash Dance, Green Cardstock.  Ink:  Distress Ink – Tumbled Glass, Antique Linen, Memento – Tuxedo Black, VersaMagic – Spanish Olive.  Stamps:  Imaginisce – Crab, See D’s – Connectors Collection & Doodlebugs, PTI – In Bloom.  Copics:  Y35,38.    Accessories:  Fiskars Stamp Press, Ink Blending Tool, Kaisercraft Droplets – Sky Blue, Bigshot, Nesties – Large & Small Circles, WRMK -Corner Chomper,  DST, Foam Dimensionals.

10 thoughts on “Snappy Birthday!

  1. I always find children’s cards quite hard to put together, but this one is fantastic. Love the crab, and the bubbles 🙂 Thanks so much for joining us in the play date cafe this week 🙂

  2. Therese that little paper pieced card is soooooo cute! Isn’t it lovely when family members catch the bug lol….love that sweet card created by your clever niece too.

  3. Hey Therese! Thanks for entering the Paper Piecing Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the stampy fun! 🙂

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