Friday, January 14, 2011

So Many Birthdays Which Means...

Another Card!

It was my Mother-in-Law's birthday yesterday, so I had to make her a special card. We had plans to go to dinner and then come back to the house for cake. It was a nice evening, except for the fact that I couldn't sing "Happy Birthday". I guess I must be talking too much at school because my voice was hoarse. Good thing I don't have to talk to make cards. :)

  • I used the Amy Bulter paper from K&Company. The colors are so pretty. There are greens, blues, pinks, and browns. Lots of favorites!
  • The base, liner, and gifts are all fom Birthday Bash. This is a great cartridge to use for any age! 
  • The base and liner (p. 40) was cut at 7 1/2" and the gifts were cute at 3 1/2".
  • Blue and green silky ribbon and silver gems.
I am excited it is Friday. We have a 3 day weekend. The kids in our county are even happier since they have 5 days off. Next Tuesday and Wednesday are teacher workdays, which means time for more training and then reports cards.

I hope you enjoy your weekend,


  1. That's gorgeous. I really love the color combo too. The patterned paper on the presents is wicked cool! Great job, tfs!

  2. Wow! That is a special card. I love the shape, and the color scheme.


  3. Cute card and I love the shape of it too!

  4. Wow Georgiana! That is so so pretty!! And not just the colors, everything about it! I'm sure she loved it :)

  5. Oh yes, I forgot to mention, I never got an email from you so I just wanted to double check that I gave you the correct address, :)

  6. What a pretty card, and I really love the color combination!!!

  7. Hi Georgiana, your card is gorgeous with those colors and loving the ribbon with the bling!! I'm sure your mother-in-law loved her card:) Have a fantastic weekend!

  8. WOW! Such a pretty Birthday card! Love the colors and the paper you used! :O)

  9. Love this shaped card, very pretty and perfect for your mother in law. I hope you get your voice back soon.
    Kim xXx


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