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Feliz Cumpleanos Flower Birthday Cards


Over on AAA Birthday, they released one of the easiest challenges in a while; simply, use flowers! And it just so happened that I recently received a request from the Spanish teacher at my school. She asked that I make two Feliz Cumpleanos birthday cards, and (no joke here) she said, "use lots of flowers. They love flowers." So here's AAA Birthday's challenge:


And talk about kismet because HSN finally delivered my Anna Griffin Mini Flower and Foliage Die Set. I immediately got to work and so here are the two results:

I have to say, I just adore how these flowers came out. I used some old flower cardstock from a Michael's Hot Buy pad and the Feliz Cumpleanos sentiment was made using my Cricut Joy. The background blue die cut was made using an Anna Griffin die set, but that set seems to longer be available for purchase.

For my second card, I used the same Mini Flower set:

For the background die cut I used the 3D Decorative Layer Dies. Again, the Feliz Cumpleanos sentiment was made using my Cricut Joy. 

As for some good news:
Over on the A Place to Start blog, one of my cards was chosen as a "Rising Star." 


And lastly, I recently acquired the Cricut Maker 3! I am super excited about the perforating tool, and I am expecting a whole new slew of cards to come from that. That said, I am off to Florida for two weeks, so don't expect a post for a few more weeks until I return.

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  1. Wow! I love your beautiful card. All the details! Amazing. Thank you for sharing your beautiful creation at AAA Birthday. Valérie DT

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  2. What an amazing card with al those details! Thanks for joining our AAA Birthday challenge!

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