March 26, 2016

A Very Special Birthday Card

Happy Easter! What are your Easter plans? I'm making dinner for hubby and I since this is his first Easter off in 11 years. As a nurse, I have always worked Easter, then once I entered the world of management and was able to have weekends and holidays off, hubby entered the world of Corrections, working weekends and holidays. Oh well, it just makes us appreciate the ones we do get to spend together.
Anyhoo, today, I want to share a very special birthday card created by a friend of mine, Nancy Woeltje, for her mom; and she agreed to allow me to share it with all of you. She used the Number of Years stamp set from the Spring Occasions catalog.




I love how she incorporated the photos into the card. Talk about a personal touch! I can only imagine the sheer joy her mom felt when she received this beautiful card showcasing special moments throughout her life. And what a great way to showcase this awesome stamp set!
Thanks so much for stopping by and having a look. Please feel free to leave a comment below and let Nancy know how terrific this special card really is. In the meantime I want to wish you all a very blessed Easter and I will see you back here on Tuesday!
Happy Stamping,
Katrina

3 comments:

  1. Thank you Katrina. I am going to tag Robin and a few others that did not the inside pictures. The flower paper came from Stampin' Up All Abloom designer series paper stack and I used Blackberry Bliss ink. It looks darker in the pictures but that really was blackberry Bliss and the mini flowers came from the tree builder punch and that was Stampin' Up bling too.

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  2. Thank you Katrina. I am going to tag Robin and a few others that did not the inside pictures. The flower paper came from Stampin' Up All Abloom designer series paper stack and I used Blackberry Bliss ink. It looks darker in the pictures but that really was blackberry Bliss and the mini flowers came from the tree builder punch and that was Stampin' Up bling too.

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    1. Nancy, you're very welcome! This card is over the top fantastic and I thank you for allowing me to share it!

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