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A Birthday Theme for 'All That Scraps'

This card was made for All That Scraps Wednesday Challenge. The challenge this week was to make a Birthday Themed Project.


I made an easel card with Nora on a Swing (C.C. Designs) ...



... and Birthday Sentiments by Amy R.



I also used my new cute little Cupcake Punch from SU.


I went around to a friend's place recently to do some 'colouring in' and only managed to complete one image with a bit of paper piecing thrown in for good measure. I made the time today to make it into a card and actually enter a challenge for a change! Hope you like!!

While I'm on the subject of birthdays, I'd like to send out a big Happy Birthday hug to Patrice, one of the Just Add Ink DT girls. Hope it's a goodie! Mmmmmwah!


Happy Stamping,

Comments

Patrice said…
Thanks Bron, you're so sweet x

I absolutely adore your card...the paper piecing, the colouring, the cupcake...it's just perfect.
Sandra said…
Thatb image is so sweet Bron! I love you colouring and paper piecing.
Wow! That is SO gorgeous Bronwyn.
I love the way you've used the cup cake, so fun.
Lisa Minckler said…
I saw your card on SCS and had to come check out your blog. This card is so adorable! So happy I found such a wonderful blog.
Thank you for the great inspiration!
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous and cute Bron!
Sam said…
Wow Bronwyn...this little card is so cute. Love the Nora image...super sweet!

Best wishes,
Sam.
You are definitely the queen of easel cards. Hope your blog stalker hasn't stolen any more designs! This would be hard to resist! Hugs xxaxx
Jodene said…
This is soooo adorable! I love how you have used a cupcake to hold the card up :)
Susan Joyce said…
Totally delightful Bronwyn. Love all the elements you have used and that it is an Easel Card. Gorgeous!

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