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Birthday Cards!!!

If you are looking for the Can You Digi It? post, it is here.


My sweet friend Marisa makes the coolest cards and sometimes they call me and say,"Hey Nancy, come make a card using this sketch too." That is what happened to me yesterday when I saw this card. I love her clean lines and the lovely patterned paper, and that sketch is so fun. I thought about it all day and decided to do one myself last night. I started with a white card base like Marisa, but then I never got another color and this is what happened. I love this JUGS sketch! I am entering this in the JUGS#157 Sketch challenge.

I love rolled roses and these fun efs (Sizzix and SU! and the dies are from Cheery Lynn and MFT).


Since I had my ef collection out and needed another birthday card, I played in the CAS challenge at Splitcoast Stampers. The theme is Plaid so I used my new SU! Big Shot Holiday Frame ef, added a punched sentiment and some gems (from the Zva Crystal Wheel which is available at CYDI?), and a plaid bow.

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. Both of these are so beautiful and so different from each other. You make me want to get out my folders and play too.

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  2. Two fabulous cards for your post today, but I have to say you first card is phenomenal. I absolutely love white on white or cream on cream. they don't come any classier than this card. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Those are just stunning, Nancy!

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  4. Both of these cards are very elegant Nancy I love the white on white.
    Kevin xx

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  5. Oh Nancy, this is GORGEOUS!!! Absolutely LOVE white on white (Cream on cream) cards and this one is a stunner!!! Fabulous use of the EF and scoring and the rolled roses look great. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!! Thanks for joining us at JUGS this week :D

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  6. Wow, just love the white on white - stunning!! And the other card is just choc-a-liciously yummy :)

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  7. Beautiful cards Nancy! Love their simplicity.

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  8. These are both quite stunning! I just adore that all white birthday card! You've added so much texture while leaving a super CAS design! NJ!

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  9. I agree, Marisa makes beautiful cards. Your rolled roses are super..just like hers. You always make the best white on white cards. I rememeber the last one..fantastic! Awesome embossing on your second card. They're both winners.

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  10. Nancy, both cards are wonderful. Love the white on white. The brown is fantastic with the plaid.......

    Hugs
    Sue

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  11. how nice to these 2 absolutely stunning birthday cards..amazing beauty and style..
    -samir

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  12. Stunning cards but my fave is the first one...just stunning!

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