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Today I'm participating in a Blog Hop for Pinque Peacock!



Hope you are here visiting to join in the fun.  

If you haven't seen all the projects before mine, start at the beginning...


Here's my project.  I used a Small Layered Garden Beauty on the front of this card.  I thought it would coordinate well with the flower on Bulah's hat!



I love making cards that put a smile and laugh on your face!


Here's the inside...


Isn't that fun!  One of my favorite stamps is the sentiment I used on this card.  Now, to get this in the mail!

Okay, so Rhonda is up next.  Her stuff is always wonderful.
Have a GREAT DAY!

Now, go visit ...


Comments

Julie Odil said…
Ha! This is not what I expecting on a Mother's Day hop! You always delight me, my friend! Wonderful!
This just cracked me up!!! I love everything about it!
Cathy said…
I love your card, I got a chuckle..New follower here.
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Unknown said…
LMAO this is too funny! The flower really adds a touch of "class". You made my day.
Sarah Biswabic said…
Your card is so funny! I am a new follower of your wonderful blog.
An'Jenic G. said…
Okay this is just too cute!!
Laura said…
Great card..Laura
Tiggerscraps said…
LMBO!!! OK, this is TOO much, lol, I love it! lol, so so great
Unknown said…
Haha this is silly! Bit fun :)
Donna K said…
HAHAHA…HAHAHA…this is GREAT…I absolutely LOVE fun cards like this Rebecca! Thanks for making me smile today.
Robin said…
Lol....so funny! Love it :)

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