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A Birthday Card for One of My Princesses

The new Pattie's Creations Challenge is Fancy Folds. Right now my favorite fold is the Accordion Card. HERE is the link to the tutorial that I learned from. I used the Princess Pumpkin Coach image from Pattie's Creations.


and here is part of the inside:


Both my princesses are in the picture, but this will be Allie's Birthday Card so the arrow points to her. On the other pages, I have a picture of her when she was very little and on the back is a birthday wish.

Hope you will show us your fancy folds and join in the Pattie's Creations Challenge.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. This is absolutely fabulous Nancy I like the pumpkin coach the sentiment with the picture
    Kevin xx

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  2. I think your Princess will love this birthday card. Beautiful girls you have, Nancy. Very special creation.

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  3. Such a lovely card idea, your little princess will love it.I have 2 girls who wrap their daddy round their fingers and call themselves princesses even though they are 18 and 26.
    crafty hugs Julie Ann
    Pattie's creation DT
    Hand crafted by charlies nanny

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  4. Brilliant design Your princess is going to love this. That carriage is so pretty and the background of the castles is lovely.

    What a great idea to have it like a book with the photos of her as a little girl and now!

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  5. A fantastic birthday card. Excellent way to tell someone how special they are.

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  6. This is just as cute as can be. Love how you blinged up the carriage and love the sentiment with the arrow.

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  7. Nancy,

    This is so pretty! I love how you colored my image and added all the bling to it. I am sure your Princess will love it.

    Hugs
    Pattie ♥

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  8. Nancy, wow, this is awesome! Perfect image for the subject matter. Beautiful coloring, shimmer, and papers, I love it!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

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  9. Fabulous birthday card for your daughter, she's going to love it! The pumpkin coach is beautiful and so is the background!

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  10. This is gorgeous Nancy, such a fabulous design and beautiful photograph of your princesses.
    Pauline
    x

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  11. Oh how Beautiful both the card and your lovely daughters...this is a card that will be treasured forever!

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  12. Fabulously done and a perfect frame for your two gorgeous girls :)

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  13. OHHHHHH! What a beautiful card--- love the tri-fold and the glitter! BEAUTIFULLY done! I'm sure it will be cherished forever <3


    THANKS for leaving some love on my blog--you made my day <3 HUGS!

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  14. These are so great, that coach is headed right towards the castle.

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  15. Nancy - I only have one word: WOWZERS!

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