Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Happy Birthday to you....

Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday dear Krista, Happy Birthday to you!

Here is the card I made for my scrappin' friend's Birthday which happens to be today - have a great day Krista! Kris and I first met taking classes at our LSS, DAT'S. It must have been obvious to Donna at the time that the two of us got along since she kept sitting us together! I had such a laugh one evening when Krista told me what her hubby asked when she got home the last time. Apparently, she mentioned I had been at class and his next question was "Well, did you get anything done?" Sometimes there was a whole lot more talking going on than scrappin! But that's okay, I've met some wonderful friends through scrapbooking and stamping and wouldn't change a thing - even though the bunch of us can attend a 17 hour crop and complete only a single layout of a couple of cards! I've always said that if you want to enjoy papercrafting, you have to enjoy the process! :) Besides, the photos don't go bad right!? Well, enough yaking for now, gotta get this post done and get ready for work!

I had so much fun paperpiecing this card and playing with the yummy papers! Have a fabulous day!
Since this card involves food, I am entering it in the challenge at Stamp Something!

What I used:
stamps: I scream - CTMH (retired), Happy Birthday - CTMH
papers - MME paper pack from Scrapfest, bazzil, blush
embellishments: pearls, misc ribbon, prima flower, cordouroy brad from CTMH, machine stitching
tools: scallop border punch from SU, spritzer tool


  1. OMG - This is just adorable! I love how the pastels make me think of yummy sorbet!

  2. i always tell my sister that it is a hobby, not a job, so output doesn't matter LOL :D

  3. Love this! And I love ice cream! Perfect for our challenge! Thanks for playing at Stamp Something!

    Janna :)

  4. fabulous, love your paper piecing! hugs Debx

  5. SWEET card! Love the paper piecing too. Thanks for playing along with us at Stamp Something! :)


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