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Paislee Birthday Card

I know this is not a new cartridge, but I find myself wanting to use the cuts from different carts for cards just to "try them out". The image of this zebra was one of the reasons I wanted this cart, and yet, I hadn't used it yet! Go figure! So I decided it was time to use it and here it found it's way onto a birthday card. I also used the balloons from another cart and welded them to the image. This made it easier to glue the "colored" balloons down to an already existing template. To add a pop of color, I used glossy accents on the balloons & the center of the wheels. I just happened to find a ribbon in my stash that worked for me, and the traffic light is a sticker. TFL!
I used the cuttlebug to dry-emboss the background paper.



The sentiment was a stamp.

A closer look of the now-dimensional balloons.

Comments

  1. So Cute! Momo sent me! I'm your newest follower
    Shelly
    mypaperlove.blogspot.com

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  2. This is sooo fun! I love the background embossing! Great Job!

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  3. Such a cute card. It would work great for a party invite.

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  4. Super cute!MOMO sent me and I am glad she did! cant wait to see more!
    ~Sarah
    craftingwithsarah.blogspot.com

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  5. Your crafts are very cute. Momo sent me. I'm glad I stopped by because now I'm a new follower. Smooches... http://scrapperinthemaking.blogspot.com/

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  6. Adorable card! Momo sent me I'm offically a follower. Great Work

    Melissa
    www.adventuresinheels.com

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  7. OMG! This is soo fun! This makes me smile! Great job! :)

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  8. Wow great blog!!!! Love your cards!!!!
    Momo sent me
    I am now your new follower
    If you would like to visit me
    http://www.lindaspinkcraftroom.com/

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  9. thats a cute card you did a great job also you have the same name as my daughter momo sent me

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  10. Hello~ I am a new follower & made my way over via MOMO's blog. So glad I found you. Your blog is so lovely and your projects are fantastic!
    Can't wait to see what else you share.
    Hope you can follow me too.
    All the best,
    Sonia

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  11. Please head over to my blog to pick up an award I have for you!
    This blog is truly lovely.
    Happy Crafting,
    Sonia

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  12. Cool card! I love the embossing!

    I am a new follower thanks to Momo :-) would be great if you could pop by my blog too :-)

    www.misspinkcricut.blogspot.com

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