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Happy Birthday!

Hi everyone!  Happy Valentine's Day!  The boys have the day off today but my daughter doesn't.  I really love days when I don't have to do my hair!  Those days are so few and far in between.  I thought today I could just sit around drinking coffee and not worry about getting all presentable until I realized oh, gotta get my daughter from school and then take her to her after school activity.  Shucks!  Gotta go blow dry my hair and get out of my pjs!

Anyway, just wanted to share the birthday card I made for Renate'.  The DT girls over at Yumi and Fumi had an awesome celebration for her.  Check out all of the posts

This is the front of my card with Summer Yumi.  The bow is mostly there to keep the card closed and look pretty at the same time.

The card opens up like so.  In the middle is Lawn Fawn's banner and sentiment.  I used the banner die to cut it out as well.  On the far right is Summer Fumi.  I also used some sequins that I love.  The hardest thing was having to fold Yumi and Fumi's hands so that they look like they are holding the banner.  I really didn't like having to bend the images even if it was just a tiny part.

Happy Birthday, Renate'!  Sounds like you had a wonderful day!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Denice said…
What a fun card, I love how you used both Yumi and fumi and a banner. Perfect in everyway!
Thanks for joining the celebration, I think Renate enjoyed all of it!
:Dxx
Cheryl said…
Cute banner card! Neat how it folds! Yeah, love those pajama days..although I think my hair looks the same no matter what day...I just mostly brush it to get it untangled...
Leanne said…
Hey Eva,
Happy Valentine's Day! Oh man, I would have just put my hair in a bun or put on a hat and slipped on some slippas! LOL!!
What a beautiful card! I love the details and your coloring is always awesome. She's gonna love it!! Thanks again for joining the hop! Have a great weekend!
^.^
Jo Davies said…
What a fabulous idea!! Great arrangement & awesome colouring xx
Rachel Parys said…
Seriously stinkin' cute!! What a great fold idea! Love the colors!
Jean Bullock said…
What a cute card. I love the fold and the hidden banner in the center. Very clever!
Jenny said…
Love your design! I think I might have to CASE it!
Lynn said…
I really like how you did the banner part with the girls holding it. ...very clever. I must remember this unique layout. Thanks for the idea!
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous card design !!
Love love love it !!!

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