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Birthday Cards!

Hi! It’s another beautiful hot day here in Montreal!

I had a wonderful long weekend with the boys, swimming in our new pool, and have been spending most of my time outdoors! You know what that means…not a whole lot of stamping going on! I do have to get more birthday cards done and I have 70 wedding invitations to make for my niece, so I really should get inside my craft room…but it’s soooo hard when I’m enjoying the first sunny hot days of the season! I wish I had a craft area outdoors! lol

These are some french birthday cards that I made last week.  They are clean and simple but I tried to use some eye catching colors for some pop!

Have a wonderful, creative day!!!!

Deena

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6 Comments

  1. freida says

    Well these may be CAS, but they are also STUNNING! What fabulous color combos and very creative designs! YOU ROCK, Ms DEENA!!! 🙂

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  2. Oh, Deena! I surely don’t blame you for soaking in the warm sunny days. We lived up north and understand completely. Enjoy!

    I love both cards but the first is my favorite…that pop of deep bright blue with that floral DP is stunning!!

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  3. I know what you mean by not getting much stamping done with the gorgeous weather!:)
    I love the card, clean layoutr really makes the patterns and colours pop!
    Hugs
    Annika

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  4. They are very beautiful, Deena!
    Enjoy the beautiful sunny days and good luck with the wedding invitations!
    Hugs, Alina

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