Monday, September 24, 2012

Birthday Cards from Marla

Thank You Marla!
Marla won this stamp when she left a comment on our Thursday Blog Candy. Since she used her stamp, she gets to choose another stamp of her choice. Hopefully we will see another card from the stamp that she picks out. Stay Tuned!
This is what Marla writes about her cards:
These cards were made for special friends (extended family) celebrating their birthdays in August and September. I met these wonderful friends through Nana Vic's Digitals at CDAC. This year our Birthday Celebration Coordinator, Sharon, make us a beautiful cover and back to a fat page album. Then each of us make a fat page birthday card to be put into our album. An album we will treasure for years. I won and used this wonderful birthday sentiment on the back of these cards from Crackerbox Rubber Stamps. It is the perfect birthday sentiment and I will be using it many times in the future.

All paper used are from - DCWV Flower Shower Spring Stack (No longer available)
Inside sentiment - TLC Creations (old freebie)
Sentiment on the back - Cracker Box Rubber Stamps


  1. These are sooo great! Wonderful work, Marla. Love the bows and butterflies.

  2. Thank you for the kind words and for posting the pictures!

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