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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Time to Celebrate with the "Gangs All Meer"

In the Month of February it is a bit of a Celebration in my household when it comes to birthdays.  It is both mine and my daughters month to celebrate getting another year older...or younger in my case..lol.

I decided to use the "Gang's All Meer" which you can get FREE if you spend $60.00 or more here in Canada.  I love free stuff.  Wahoo.  Check under "Salebration" for the free items that you can get in "Shop With Me".  There are a lot of cool items.  There are bigger ticket items that you can get if you spend $120.00 or more or you can get 2- $60.00 items instead.  Ask if you have questions.

Back to my card.  Here it is...a bit of whimsical fun...
I did stamp out the Meer cats and fussy cut them with scissors.  I used watercolor pencils and a blender pen to color them in.  I did the same method with the cactus as well.  The balloon is a stamp from the "Birthday Bonanza Suite"

The "windows" are die cut out from the top layer of the whisper white card stock and I used the two smallest curve shape dies in the "So Sentimential Bundle" from Stampin'Up®. Cut this layer 3 3/4 by 5".  The Garden Green is cut 4" by 5 1/4".    "This calls for Confetti" tag was cut using the second smallest die in the "So Sentimential Bundle" as well.

Thanks for popping by and checking out my blog.  I am Lisa McDonough an Independent Stampin'Up® Demonstrator.  If you live in Canada and do not have a demonstrator please contact me or go above to the "Shop with me".  I would love to hear from you.  Have a great day.
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5 comments:

  1. Adorable card! I love it! What a great idea! You are AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Thank you so much. I am glad you stopped by. Lisa.

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  3. I just found your card on Pinterest. I LOVE it!

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  4. Thanks Karen for stopping by, I appreciate it. Come back again for a visit....I am in the middle of a move so things are a bit slow for now.

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