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Just a little ippity inspiration for you today!  I have several friends with birthdays this month and this sentiment and simple rose seemed right.  It's from the set, GIGGLES X 3.  And I just noticed that it's on sale for less than   half price, so if you don't have it, snatch it up!  The swirl is from the Paris, Provential Collection.  Gotta love swirls.

The bag was really easy to make.  A great video tutorial is found  HERE.   She does absolutely wonderful video tutorials.

So there you have it.  Little gifts.  All wrapped up pretty.

I have a super busy weekend planned.  And the weather is supposed to be wonderful here.  Very concerning.  We should be in the 20's...and instead it's in the 50's.  Come summer, we just might have to go underground!  I am pretty sure that Oliver would hate that.  He is just diggin the sun today.  This is a really badly done photo of him, but I had to catch it while he was basking on the coach before he awoke!



We may have a little adventure this weekend to NJ to visit a little girl doggie that needs a home!  Stay tuned.  The fun just may double around here.  [I can hear my daughter's head exploding as she reads this!]

Comments

I have a BFF this would be perfect for. People always ask if we are sisters. Love it!
Jessica Buffa said…
Gorgeous card. Love blues and greens together and the ribbon really sets it all off!
:O)
Jessica
Sarah said…
So pretty-- I LOVE the colors that you have put together!
Eva said…
Super pretty card, love the colors, reminds me of spring.
Unknown said…
That's a bag? Cool! And your dog is one of the fluffiest bundles of cuteness I've ever seen!
Linda said…
that card is so soft and pretty I just love colors.
Linda said…
great card and pretty flowers
sharon g said…
I love whatever you used to color the blue flower!!!!
ddazzled71 said…
Everything about this card is just beautiful - Beautiful Colours, Beautiful Papers, Beautiful Stamping and Beautiful Sentiment. TFS
JPScraps said…
So very pretty. I love it!
Jen M said…
Such a sweet sentiment and I love the way you framed it! So pretty!
Tammy Ozuna said…
Nothing like a little seam binding to finish off a card. pretty!
Kary said…
Love the sentiment, and the sweet colours of your card. Gorgeous!!
Crystal said…
I am in love with this stamp and the pretty greens and blues you used, fantastic card!
~Tammy~ said…
This is so so pretty!
Emily Keaton said…
Delightful! I love these pretty colors. :)

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