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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Kids Birthday Cards At Diecut Divas

Over at Diecut Divas this month we thought we would help out with all the valentine and love cards by having a theme of add red or pink to your project. I thought this would be a great opportunity to create some simple kids birthday cards to have on hand with all the last minute birthday invites my two school age children seem to receive. This is what I created:




Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: standard white card base, Quill card stock in blue, red, pink.
Ink: Versamark pen, clear embossing powder, Simon Says Stamp doll pink, Memento love letters, Distress Ink chipped sapphire for edging.
Dies: Kaisercraft nested labels, Cuttlebug swiss dots embossing folder.
Other: Assorted coloured bakers twine, assorted coloured buttons.


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8 comments:

  1. It always amazes me how a simple change of colourway can give a card a totally different look. A great, and very useful, collection of cards. Thanks for sharing at Cardz 4 Guyz
    Jane

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  2. Beautiful collection of cards and love the balloon stamps----Thank you for joining us at Artistic Inspirations
    Carol DT x

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  3. I love the balloon image and what a great idea to have have these made up ahead in the different colors. Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Crafty Creations challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

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  4. Great cards. Thanks for joining us at Craft Rocket Challenges. Good luck.
    Bye,Groetjes van Ine (DT)
    http://creaine-cards.blogspot.nl/

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  5. Wonderful set of cards, brilliant way to make a set to gift to someone or for individual use. Love the balloons with text in them.

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  6. Great makes, love the balloon stamp

    Thank you for sharing with us at Inspiration Destination, hope to see you again next time!
    Hugs Shell xx

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  7. These are fab cards Cathie. Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafty Addicts and we hope you join us again next month. Hugs, Gale DT

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