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Saturday, October 31, 2009

~ Vintage Birthday~




One of my "swimmin wimmin" has a birthday next week, Ms. Betty and if I'm not mistaken, she will be 75....she is vintage. I used very little cricut as you can see, but I didn't want to take away from this lovely Cosmo Cricket paper, with too many images.I used Celebrations for the cupcake and the butterfly is a Martha Stewart punch.Zig zagged around a layer, did some inking, added the grosgrain ribbon and button, with hemp thru the button.Made it a pedestal card because that's what those sweet lil ole wimmin love! So there ya have it...I hope you enjoy it, as much as I enjoyed, watching it unfold!! Thanks for stoppin by!!!




4 comments:

Carol

I love the pedestal cards, they make such a nice display, great colors and love the vintage look!
have a great evening!
Carol<><

Vicky

Just found your blog after you let me a comment on my scrapbook.com gallery! You are so talented! I love your style and each everything you do! Your blog is full of inspiration!

DonnaMundinger

Really beautiful Joy. Love your combination of papers and the Cricut cut you chose is prfect. Very vintage and so is the sentiment. She'll love it! xxD

Margie

Oooooh, Joy, this is beautiful. The colors are just perfect!

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