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Hoppy Birthday!

This card was very quick to make! Used Pink Petticoat papers - I've really fallen in love with this colour at the moment so you may be seeing alot more of it!! The image is a Penny Black Stickeroo which I've layered and then mounted with foam pads. The ribbon is Dovecraft (of course!) and the sentiment is Woodware. I really wanted the sentiment to read "Hoppy Birthday" but couldn't find any stamps or lettering small enough so settled for "Special Day" instead.

Might be having a bit of a late night tonight - my friend is coming over this evening for a curry and a drink or six(!!) and plenty of chat so doubt if I will be doing any cardmaking today!!


All Pink girl said…
Love your cards ,brilliant work ,Dawnx
Frances said…
Oooh, that is a lovely shade of blue. I do love Pink Petticoat's papers, makes everything look so fresh and lovely.

Frances x
Jennie Skaggs said…
Love this card. Great layout and love the frog.
Marlou said…
fab card!!! love the colours too :) enjoy your weekend !
Jackie said…
An absolutely fab card. The colour is beautiful! I must use my PP papers some more (I keep forgetting I've got them!)
I hope you enjoyed your curry and drinkies ;)
EllePiggo said…
Your cards are very pretty. :) And I love that colour too.:)
jennie m said…
What a cute card! I love it!

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