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CC Designs Birthday Blog Hop Winner & April Review -- Meoples!

Hello!  Before I share my CC Designs April Review project, I want to announce the winner of the $7 gift certificate from my blog.  The random winner is ...

 Creations by Shirl!!!

Yay!  Shirl, please email Christine at christine@ccdesignsrubberstamps.com with Blog Hop Winner in the subject line. 

Here is a set of birthday tags I made with the Meoples HB2U.  The small sentiment is from AmyR Great Birthday Greetings.

Here is a closer view of the girls.  I thought it would be good to have some of these birthday tags handy when my kids' classmates have parties.  I'm always looking for some kind of card or tag that would be appropriate.  You would think I'd have lots of leftover cards but sometimes I have a hard time parting with them!

Here is a closer view of the other 2 tags.  All papers are from Doodlebug.

Before I go, I wanted to let you all know that this will be my last CC Designs post as I've decided to step down from this design team.  I've enjoyed my time on this team creating with some of the cutest stamps.  But it's time for me to concentrate on other endeavors.

Thanks so much for reading!

Comments

oooh thanks for the win Eva! I will hop on by and email Christine.... yeh happy dance.....
BTW love love those tags, you always do amazing showcasings.... Ahhh sorry to hear that you are leaving them, I'm sure you will be missed but but you need to do what you got to do.....
Leanne said…
Congrats Shirl!

Oh, these are brilliant Eva! This idea is perfect for quick and easy gifts.
Aww, sorry to hear your parting ways. I'm sure you will be missed. Looking forward to your new endeavors.
Have a great day!
Cheryl said…
Super cute tags!!!
Denice said…
Oh my....these are "shut the front door" adorable! Simple, sweet, and perfect!
:Dxx
Anonymous said…
"shut the front door" and the back doors and the bedroom doors!!!!! oh my goodness!! Congratulations Shirl.

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