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Hi Cutie Pie/Peek a Boo Card

Hello BRI Friends Waleska from craftinglovew here,  thank you so much to stop by...I am so happy to be with you again on the BRI blog, to share a very cute Surprise Card with the new and  adorable  Easter Party stamp set from Lawn Fawn´s latest release.


To start the card I cut a front panel of my favorite Lawn Fawn pattern paper  Perfectly Plaid Rainbow, you can use any of the amazing selection of pattern paper at the Shop.  I cut a smaller panel with white cardstock and die cut from the My Favorite Things Die-namics Stitched Interactive Window Trio.  My idea was to make a peek a boo effect for the card.

I started coloring with copics the adorable kids in costumes from the Lawn Fawn Easter Party Stamp Set and adhere them to the back of the windows to be peeking from the inside of the windows when lifting them.

I adhere the white panel with the windows to the pattern paper card base and die cut 3 flowers from the new Little Flowers Lawn Cuts from the same pattern paper I used for the front panel.

I wanted a sentiment to go along with the cute surprise and this "Hi Cutie Pie" sentiment from the Cutie Pie Stamp Set stamp set was perfect!!!

How cute is this card with the little kids in spring costumes peeking??? For sure you can make someone smile with a card like this.  I hope I inspire you to start creating Spring cards have a great weekend friends... stop by the shop and check out all the newest products added.

See you Cuties,


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