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Hi!  I haven't been making many cards these days so I feel a little rusty.  I have so many cute stamps that are just waiting to get inked up but I don't know quite what to make.  Anyway, I thought I'd make a card for the Celebrating Relationships Challenge in the Moxie Fab World.  I made this card for National Girlfriends Day.  There is also Grandparents Day and National Dog Day so hopefully I'll get around to those as well.  And the good thing is that there's lots of time to play cause the deadline's not until December 12.  Thank goodness cause I know I can procrastinate.

I finally got to use these cuties from Paper Smooches' Chubby Chums.  I paper pieced the chick and owl and their eyes so they could look at each other.  Pretty simple and manageable for the amount of time I had.

That's it for now.  Thanks for reading!


Awww so cute Eva~
Love those paper piece owls... such a fun card...
Cheryl said…
Yay, you're back crafting! Cute birds! I'm slowly working on the Japanese snowman and kids...I don't know where my free time and days off went.
RiNNE said…
Fabulous!!! Just fabulous!!! Love the paper-piercing and design! yay for crafting!
Lorraine said…
Aw, this is so cute, Eva! Love the fun images and the paper piecing! And since you made me hungry reading your junk food post above (which made me laugh too), I will enable you - Moxie Fab is also accepting cards for National Sewing Month, Book Lover's Day, Camera Day, Sweetest Day, National Day of Encouragement, and I can't remember the others. oooh...i bet your mind is racing , now, lol.
Hey Eva! Thanks for linking this up to the Celebrating Relationships Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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