Good morning everyone!
Recently, my middle daughter turned 10. She got to invite three friends to go skating, see a movie and have a sleep over. Her favorite color is purple so I pulled out my Sweet Sugarplum and Rich Razzleberry cardstock and got to work.
I used the Balloon Pop Up Thinlits to create some cute balloons. I backed each balloon with a solid white ballon punched with the balloon duo punch. I paired it with the sentiment from Confetti Celebration and the Stitched Circle Framelits.
I used two different DSPs: Rich Razzleberry (Brights Stack) and the Playful Pallet DSP Stack.
Emma was thrilled with her invites and quickly wrote her friends names on each one. It’s so fun when I can make something for my kids and see them get excited!!
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