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Hello.  Quick post, trying to see if I can squeeze in my entry to Eva's Farm Fresh Friday Challenge this week before I don't have time to do it tomorrow.  And I'm also trying to watch the Olympics at the same time as typing.
This is the original birthday Anya, figured it might be appropriate for a 1 year old who could end up with birthday cake on her head!  Didn't actually put a sentiment on the outside of the card this time, maybe I'll stamp something on the inside.  Patterned papers are from DCWV Nana's Kids, the bright colors were kind of fun.  Found some neon green paper in my stash, and also used New Leaf, Sweet Blush, and Raspberry Fizz PTI cardstock.  Matted the striped paper with my Perfect Layers rulers.  Die cut the picot circle, circle and scalloped circle nestabilites.  Ribbons are from Michaels, button from PTI.  Used a Doodlebug sticker for the "1."


eva said…
like those bright, fun colors! that is funny about the cake on the head! and thanks, you actually got a chance to play along!
Mary J said…
How bright and fun, Cheryl! Really gorgeous and love that layout!
Anonymous said…
You're great at multi-tasking. This card came out beautifully! Happy August.
Rachel Parys said…
Very cute Cheryl!!! I saw this on SCS and loved it! I love the die you used on the pink cardstock under the image, it's super cute!!
Leanne said…
hehehe, she's perfect Cheryl! Love the pinks and greens!! This is so cute!
Lorraine said…
Ooh love your color combo, Cheryl - the pinks & greens are fab together! And beautiful coloring of that fun TGF imgae!
So cute Cheryl! Love the fun bright colours and the layout is adorable :)
RiNNE said…
How very pretty! Love the colors!

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