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Come Celebrate with us today....


I think that celebrating Birthday's is probably one of the
top 10 things we love here at Best Creation....

Birthdays are very special days to celebrate the day you were born 
no matter what age you are and no matter where you live on the planet.
It's a day to make a special cake, get out the candles, party hats, 
decorations, balloons and presents and sing a chorus
of "Happy Birthday to You" for someone very special in your life.

 We are sharing lots of Birthday layouts with you to capture
the fun of those special days from our New Birthday Line 
of papers, stickers and chipboard . And maybe even get inspired
to get caught up on a few birthdays you still need to scrap.


designer: Alicia Barry
supplies needed: GP 500,503, 498 and GP 504 tags
designer: Kim Arledge
supplies needed: GP 501, 502 and ESG 011
designer: Debbie Sherman

supplies needed: GP 497, 501, CS 011, BGP 201, 213
cardstock, ribbon, string, machine stitching and foam dots..

designer: Kim Arledge
 supplies needed: GDC 121, GP 503, CS 011, GP 504
foam dots, buttons, trim and chipboard pieces
designer: Kim Holmes
 supplies needed: GP 283, 284 and BGP 220
letters and foam dots


Thanks for stopping by and checking out what all
our designers came up with for you today
and be sure and check back on friday for more
fun ideas for cards and a fun challenge contest too.

Comments

  1. What super, happy, bright LOs.

    Toni :o)

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  2. Yay, lots of ideas here. Can't wait to get started on my birthday pages :)

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  3. This is such a pretty line!!! Love it!!!
    hugs,
    joni

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  4. Beautiful pages. I love the dimension that you got in the pages. It certainly makes everything stand out.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Ahhhh so pretty it's my b-day today....
    I'm loving this line hopefully it comes to my Lss

    ReplyDelete

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