This is my card for the MMTPT309 challenge "Girls Can Be So Witty – and Oh, Pink is Pretty!" - to create a girly girl card with lots of pink. We are hoping to bring smiles to the face of Finley, a toddler who has been through some serious health issues.
I created a playhouse for Finley; I know she and Minnie will have lots of fun having tea parties there. The card is made completely with die cuts.the house and one of the clouds are popped up with foam tape, everything else is attached directly to the card front. The sun, clouds, birds and Finley's name have a coat of Wink of Stella clear brush pen. I placed Dazzles flower dots in the center of the flowers for a little extra bling.
As always, thanks for looking!
Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2014 GMT Views: 1438
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Wed, Jul 02, 2014 @ 3:53 PM
Jody I love this!! Your sweet sunny die cut scene is every little girls fantasy...all of the perfect details for a dream come true. Finley will simply adore this place created just for her. Thanks so much for coming to her Teaparty. Make sure to get some of those castle cookies - I made a new batch this afternoon! Hugz from NJ!
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Thu, Jul 03, 2014 @ 5:13 AM
Jody, Finley is sure to have fun using her imagination of all the times she will be spending with Minnie Mouse in this adorable pink house! The heart dp is such a sweet addition and all your dies make this a really lovely card!
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