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Yummy Birthday Wishes!

Hi everyone, it's Peggy here for already my last post on this term in the BRI design team! I had so much fun and have even made new friends in the process. Thanks for all the love I've received on my makes and I hope I can keep inspiring you! On to some yummy birthday wishes for a little boy!

I made today's card especially for my son's birthday. He is turning 3 years old tomorrow and desperately wanted a card for his birthday. How cute is THAT!? I always try to attune my cards to the recipient. My little one is a big dinosaur fan and is always playing ice cream parlor with me. I have to come up to whatever he is standing behind and tell him my order. I give him some make believe money in return and thank him for the ice cream. It is the sweetest thing. So, dinosaurs and ice cream it had to be!

This was again a Lawn Fawn multi stamp set project, with images from Rawrsome, Unicorn Picnic (ice cream, clouds), Yeti or Not (ice cream, gift), Coaster Critters (ice cream stand, balloons), Octopi My Heart (bow tie), Gleeful Gardens (foliage), You are Sublime (foliage), Sweetest Flavor (big ice cream), Sweet Friends (big froyo), Elphie Selfie (birthday cake and wish big sentiment). I stamped everything in Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink and colored with my copics.

I used the Lawn Fawn Large Slimline Die with some Spiffy Speckles paper in green. I cut the large polaroid frame from the Say Cheese, Again Set once, and the smaller polaroid frame twice. I cut pieces of white cardstock to go behind the frames and ink blended Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide and Bundled Sage Distress Oxide with the Lawn Fawn Cloudy Stencil. I adhered everything and finished my project with some Glossy Accents and a white gel pen!

I wish my little one the happiest third birthday with this cute birthday card and hope I was able to inspire you too! As always, long distance hugs!

Peggy

(come say hi on Instagram @peggyemmerink)

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