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7 Jul 2011

Congratulations Border Style!

This is for last week's Inspirational Challenge on Splitcoaststampers- these Inspirational sights just kill me because I always want to order from them.....I would be broke if I did that every week!!


It is also for Moxie Fab's border challenge that is going on right now - I LOVE border punches!! I am not very creative when it comes to borders though  I need to take some lessons from that dang Betsy Veldman - she is absolutely a creative genius!!!

But on we go with what I did make!! I was inspired by this skirt and I remembered a card that Julia Stainton had made months ago so I decided to go with that and make a lot of white borders, adhere them all together and presto bongo!! - a pretty card!


 
I used multiple paper punches on this card - very simple really! 

The Congrats is from Waltzingmouse Stamps Frame-It and then I added some Raspberry Fizz blingety bling!! and ribbon and all in all - pretty dang sweet if I do say so myself!!

Life is crazy sometimes - my poor doggy needs a hair cut.......and so do I 
Smiley from millan.net.......so I phoned my hairdresser and as luck would have it, I could get in this afternoon to get my hair cut yay!! 

My dog has to wait until a week from Friday lol! Smiley from millan.net

Something weird about that.......

6 comments:

  1. Hey Bonnie! Thanks for linking this up to the Beautiful Borders challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  2. Bonnie - what a wonderful card - the white on white on white with the different punches is beautiful! I can relate to the dog having to wait for his appointment - been there, done that...now I'm trying to cut their hair myself. Several iterations and I'm sure they'd be embarrassed if we went out during the "in progress" stage :-)

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  3. You made me laugh out loud with your haircut story. Too funny.
    Love your card! It's so pretty and fresh.

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  4. Bonnie, this is beautiful! I love the all-white borders with a pop of pink. Thanks so much for stopping by during The Twinery + DiscountCardstock.com Blog Hop!

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  5. I had to read your post twice... I am a little slow! Egaads, you crack me up! Your card reminds me of crisp white sheets with eyelet trim - crisp and clean and a great idea!

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  6. What a beautiful card, it looks like broderie anglais, I love that it's all in White, and the hot pink ribbon is gorgeous.

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