A Little Dose of Happy : )

Flower Shop Happy 001

 

“Optimism:  A cheerful frame of mind that enables a tea kettle to sing though in hot water up to it’s nose.” ~ Anonymous

Can we stamp some birthday cheer and send a little dose of happy to all the luvies on our list this month? Happy Birthday today to two on my list…my beautiful sister-in-law Julie, and my fun stamping friend, Marlene! Happy Birthday ladies!!! : )
Cheers,
Dawn

Stamp Sets: Flower Shop and Yippee Skippee (a sentiment set).
Paper: Gumball Green, Daffodil Yellow, Whisper White, Melon Mambo and Gingham Garden Designer Paper.
Embellishments: Pearl Basic Jewels, Little Leaves Sizzlets (I made my own leaves because I don’t have that sizzlet yet!)
Other: Adhesive, Daffodil and Melon Mambo Stampin’ Write Markers.
Card measurements: Cut the green 5″ x 10″. Fold to 5″ square. Measure down 1/4″ for each remaining layer.
Card Design: Brian King at stampwithbrian.com

Note: If you didn’t see your comment yesterday, that means that you enlarged the picture and then commented. Your comment is with the picture, which doesn’t show up on the blog page. (as far as I can figure!)

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6 thoughts on “A Little Dose of Happy : )

  1. Remember square cards cost more postage! May save for hand delivered!! Before u buy an envelope maker- several on the market- you can use mine- so easy- I love it by green sneakers!! Great cards!- are they colored on the stamp or on afterwards?!
    Lorraine

    • Lorraine, Stampin’ Up is coming out with an envelope maker…we got to see it at convention ~ it’s pretty cool! The flowers were stamped with early espresso ink and then colored in afterwards. : )

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