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Surprise Birthday Blog Hop!!!

Surprise!  Today we are celebrating Leanne Poe's birthday by throwing a fun birthday blog hop party!  We thought we'd gather a few of her friends and design team members to celebrate her special day.  If you came here from Rachel's awesome blog, then you are in the right place.  If not, you may want to start at Yumi & Fumi's Handmade Crafts.


Happy Birthday, Leanne!!!
Best wishes for a wonderful birthday!  Thank you for inspiring us, and for being so thoughtful and generous!  

I thought it'd be only appropriate to use this Fumi with Umbrella image.  I paper pieced her kimono with washi paper.  I love the colors on this paper!

The sentiment is from Lawn Fawn and I stamped it onto PTI's banner die.  I put a couple of score marks on each end so I could get it to stand like above.  Added some blue rhinestones too.

I will keep this short and simple so you can go ahead and visit the other ladies on this hop.  Next up on the hop is the super talented Carisa!  If you get lost along the way, please check back at Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts for the entire hop list.  Don't forget to end at Leanne's personal blog to wish her a Happy Birthday too!

Thanks for reading!


Comments

Rachel Parys said…
I am loving this paper girl!! She looks gorgeous!! Great job with the hop!
Leanne said…
EVA!!! You sure know how to throw a surprise party!! I am so blown away!! Seriously tearing up at each blog!! Thank you for this wonderful surprise and for taking on the reins of the BDAY coordinator. You have outdone yourself. As always I am blown away by this beautiful card!! Love the details and I love her pop of color on her kimono and how it matches the background. So much to be thankful for and you are definitely on my list. Thanks for this lovely hop you coordinated and for your friendship. Hugs sista!!
;)
Mary J said…
That is gorgeous, Eva - Leanne is gonna love it!
Anonymous said…
Such a nice surprise for Leanne! I love this card and the angle you took the photo. Another super job!
Cheryl said…
Cute card! The washi paper works so well as kimono material! Great job organizing the blog hop!
Kathy Dinh said…
Eva! Thanks so much for letting me be apart of this thoughtful hop! I had fun seeing all the inspiration and the kindness that Leanne deserves! Love the pop on your card especially the paper pieced kimono~!
Alyce said…
I love her Eva! The papers and the orange is just really lovely....the paper piecing is perfect too :)
Blankina said…
Eva this image is just perfect to celebrate a birthday..love the colours and how you have matched the papers!!

Hugs Blankina
Denice said…
Simply gorgeous, with some stunning DP. How sweet to throw a hop in Leanne's honor!
:Dxx
Kim Y. said…
A gorgeous card for Leanne! I love how you did the banner!
RiNNE said…
Wonderful paper piercing and banner!! Happy bday to Leanne!!
Carisa said…
this card is absolutely stunning! thank you so much for asking me to join in and i'm so sorry my card/post was late! i bet leanne was SO surprised and happy to see all these gorgeous cards just for her! you are a sweet friend!!

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