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Bright and Fun "You did it!" card

Hey Everyone!  Its Trish here and for today's project, I've created a very bright and fun " You did it!" Card.   These are always great for a variety of different reasons; Graduation, Promotion, Winning a Sports Game, or perhaps getting a good grade on a special school project!  Can never have too many of these cards in your stash :)

The first thing I did was find the center of my patterned paper.  ( I'm using the Simple Stories DIY Boutique 6x6" paper pack.  Its currently out of stock in the Store, however, the store is always being restocked with items and new items are added regularly so any pattern paper will do!)

I then stamped my greeting from Avery Elle "Fill In the Blank" Stamp Set in Versamark Ink and heat embossed it with some black glitter embossing powder.

Next, I die cut several stars using Paper Smooches Stars Die Set from the pattern paper and used it to make the 'o' in YOU.  I used a some extra stars to accent the sentiment and covered them in Glossy Accents.

Added some faux stitching and attached the pattern paper to my card base and the completed this simple card!

Hope you guys have enjoyed this card.  You can click on the supplies names listed within the post and it will take you directly to the item in the store.  As I mentioned,  the Simple Stories DIY Boutique paper pad is currently out of stock so you will not see it linked up.

Hope you guys enjoyed this card!


  1. I love the stars and the faux finishing is the perfect touch. Love the card!

  2. This card is awesome. I love the bright colored paper with the black and stars are so "in". TFS!

  3. LOVE these fun colors! Adorable! ;)


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