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    Having been raised in a family of crafters, it's no suprise that I became addicted to stamping and paper crafting.

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Color blocked Birthday Card

I have seen a number of really cool cards that use color blocking for their backgrounds.  I’ve been wanted to try to create one myself for a while but it wasn’t until I got concentrated card making time that I got to try it out.  These layouts are great for using up scraps and are super versatile depending on the color combinations you use. 

Recipe:
Stamps:
Christmas classics, Sincere Salutations
Ink: Baja Blue, Chocolate Chip
Paper: Whisper White CS, Pretty in Pink DSP (retired), Bashful blue DSP (retired), Wild Wasabi DSP (retired), Apricot Appeal DSP (retired)
Accessories: none

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3 Responses

  1. birthday cards that are personlized are the best in my opinion, they really come from the bottom of the heart of the sender,-,

  2. i love to receive birthday cards specially if they are custom built birthday cards ~-.

  3. ‘:* that seems to be a great topic, i really love it :,”

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