Monday, March 24, 2014

Dynamic Duos #95

Happy Monday!

Just popping in quick to share with you a card I made for the above challenge over at Dynamic Duos!  I always seem to have a stash for adult bday cards, but I need to build up a supply for little ones.  So, here is the card that I made with the adorable Lawn Fawn stamp set...

I started with a white card base and stamped the music notes for the background on light blue paper.  I fussy cut the birdie, hippo, and balloons.  A border with gems and twine added to the balloons to finish off the card.

Thanks for dropping by today!  Hope you have a wonderful week!




Paper:  PTI, Bazzill, SU
Stamps:  Lawn Fawn
Ink:  Memento, SU
Gems:  Paper Studio
Punch:  Fiskars
Twine:  American Crafts


  1. This is cute as can be, Maria. It makes a great card for a child. Love the hippo and birdie with the balloons.

  2. Oh, this card is so cute, Maria. Love the adorable birdie and hippo. :)

  3. DARLING child's B-day card! LOVE the hippo, the sentiment, and the music notes! FAB colors, too, Maria!

  4. OH my goodness, this is so sweet Maria!

  5. Oh, this is soooo cute, Maria!! Loving the music notes at the bottom ...and everything else!!!

  6. Whoa! What a great take on the challenge ... perfectly lovely!

  7. Simply adorable, Maria. Love the tissue paper stamped notes, what a great idea!

  8. One of the cutest cards that I have seen - love your creativity, Maria! Hugs and blessings to you!

  9. Maria this is so sweet, you worked the colours perfectly. I have yet to ink that set up but it is so perfect for any age!

  10. Darling...simply darling! Great job, Maria!
    xxx Asha

  11. Adorable! Love the little music notes (random stamping is HARD WORK!) and the real twine used for the balloons. Thanks for linking up with the Dynamic Duos this week!

  12. This is sooo the color combo you used and the little hippo with the bird on top is just too cute!!!!

  13. This card just makes me smile! I love that punny sentiment! I'm with you on never having cards for kids, and I have a 9-year old, so I need them pretty often! :)