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Are you a Belieber?

Hi!  I wanted to play along with TGF's Monday Fun-day #13 Sing a Song.  I decided to go with Baby by Justin Bieber.  My kids loved that song and would watch it on You Tube all the time so for a while they were Beliebers.  But there is a version of that song on You Tube that I like.  If you're interested, click the video.

On to my card.

I used My Guy Ian for Justin (before he cut all his hair) and Miss Anya Hats Off for the girl in his Baby video.  I used the Spellbinders heart circles (thanks, Cheryl!).  The hearts are so cute!!  I added some flowers too.  Sometimes I forget to use all the flowers that I have.  I added some stickles on them as well.

I decided to make a double z-fold card.  The tutorial is HERE.  I found more paper with musical notes and added the lyrics to Baby on it so yet another project with a musical theme.

Thanks for reading!


Lorraine said…
Hey Eva! I'm not really a belieber - haven't gotten into the Justin Bieber thing and all, but your card is beautiful! Love the z-fold, papers and your gorgeous coloring!
Sunghee said…
I dont know any of his songs but i like this. Thanks for sharing!
What a fun card. Love the fold and it is so pretty.
This is just so perfect Eva! love those colours and that double ZFold is awesome.....
The heart die cut is very pretty too.....
Awesome card and the DP on the inside is just perfect! I really like Anya with her pink cap too.
Lisa Lynn said…
Your card is adorable. Love the DP on the inside. I had never heard the song so it was great to have it on your site for some of us non-hip people.
Cheryl said…
Ha! I'm so out of it, I never heard a Justin Bieber song until I saw the Bieber episode on Glee. Now I have to look up the video on you tube. Pretty card! Beautiful flowers, paper, die :), and coloring! I gotta remember to use all the flowers you gave me too, but they're so pretty, I think I will mess them up. I was almost going to buy round tip pliers again. I knew I had some somewhere from doing wedding favors. But I hadn't looked for them in that long, and I actually found them the other day with some actual leftover flowers too, like sitting in a plastic shoebox that I probably see every day, but never really see cuz it was off to the side.
Rachel Parys said…
Gosh, I sure am glad I'm not the only house with Bieber Fever! This card is fantastic, I am totally going to use this fold! Such a cute scene and fantastic coloring. I love getting inspiration from your blog!

Happy New Year!!!
mousekemom said…
My daughter's best friend would go insane for this darling card. (I am lucky not to deal with the Bieb.) Fabulous colors and darling design. Thanks for joining our Monday Funday at TGF's Farm Fresh Challenge!
RiNNE said…
Super cute! Your papers are amazing and I love the fold technique! Wonderful coloring and I adore the flowers and design! Heehee, I admit I like a couple of Bieber's songs!

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