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Friday, 13 July 2012

Phoebe's 4th Birthday!!!!

In May,  my eldest daughter was 4 and so these were the cards that I made for her special day.  It seems a long time ago now but we had a lovely day. We took her after school to the park as we got her a scooter so she had a go on that.  Admittedly though, she spent more time carrying it then scooting on it.  We then came home and as all the family were around we had a pizza party.

This was the card that her daddy and I gave her.  I used the new Simply Scored tool from Stampin' Up to create the rosettes and in the middle of those I used Antique Brads.  The picture was on that we took of her at christmas where she just looked so natural.  The number and today was from the country companions number collections.

This card was from Chloe, her baby sister and as we are huge fans of Tatty Teddy, I fell in love with this little bear and thought it was just right from her little sister.  The backing paper is from My Minds Eye Totally girl collection and the number and today is from the country companions number collection

For this card, I used the new framelits from Stampin' Upto create the centre section and then stamped the words in Real Red ink from Stampin' Up and the triple treat flower punch.  I also used the Martha Stewart butterfly punch. 

This was a lovely stamp from Lili of the Valley that I coloured in using Promarkers and added an Antique Brad for the centre of the sunflower.  The paper was from the totally girl collection and the granddaughter was from papermania females

This is the last of the cards I made for her birthday, I used the balloons from the Crazy for Cupcakes stamp collection, The decorative label punch to put the sentiment in, and the paper and ink used was Melon Mamba also from Stampin' Up. The one blue balloon used Tempting Turquoise.

Thank you for stopping by and seeing what I am up to.

Love Bex xxxx


  1. All cards are ever so beautiful, I bet she loved them, and her scooter. A great scrapbook page.