Thursday, 6 December 2012

Cheers to You....

Another of the December birthday cards all made, only another 5 to go lol. So this one is for my cousins 18th, I still picture her as this tiny baby with a loud cry and a lot of wriggling. She is still very active and can rarely keep still. She has blossomed into a lovely young woman and I wish her health, happiness and a very happy birthday.


Ingredients
Image: "Cheers to you" A la Mode at MFT Stamps
Papers: "Christy" Sassy Designs Inc
Cardstock: Snippets of Stampin up "Cherry Cobbler"
Brads: Papermania

Challenges: Snippet Playground

9 comments:

Di said...

Another beauty Amanda - love the image and the way you paper pieced so perfectly, it all goes together so well. Great use of snippets.

Have linked you into the Playground just in case you've not had a chance yet :)

Hugs, Di xx

Samantha Elliott said...

Gorgeous Amanda. Love the punch border along the bottom. The colours are nice in this too!
xx

kay said...

Loving the colours on this Amanda,x

Cards by Alison said...

Amanda gorgeous card love the image and the papers you have used. Alison xxx

coops said...

so gorgeous and stylish amanda.i love the image ;D

xx coops xx

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

Fabulous girly card. I only just worked out that December has the MOST birthdays of any month on my calendar . . . and Christmas on top . . . must be something about March!!!!

xxx

Katina said...

Gorgeous!! Love the image and her paperpieced dress looks fab.
xx

Kathleen said...

I totally adore this card which I saw on the showcase of the snippets challege, I am a lover of paper piecing too and I could make great use of this image. I can't decide if you are from England or the USA but could you please tell me where you got this image from as I love it.
If you don't wish to leave an answer on my blog then my e-mail is
kathscholefield@tiscali.co.uk.
Thanks so much.

Kath x

Elizabeth said...

Popped over from Di's blog just to say how much I like this card ... and how much I wish I had a dress like that. So reminiscent of my salad days! Elizabeth xx