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Now it's our Safari Baby Girls turn....

First we have to announce the winner of our Card Contest!!
This was a really fun challenge and and we want to thank all 
of you who entered!!  You all made amazing cards!!!
and we loved that you shared your ideas with all of us but
we can only chose one.... so

Our winner for her very creative ice cream card is:
You win an entire pack of all of our birthday papers 
and some glittery dot papers to match! You can see the photo 
 of her card on our facebook page and be sure and congratulate her !!!
please email teresa@bestcreation for your prize :)

page designed by Sarah Mullanix

We have more fun ideas today to make with our
New Safari Girl papers today.  It is is filled with the same cute
characters that we have in the Baby Boy collection from last week but 
this one has soft and sweet shades of pale pink, yellow and mint.
It has 2 die cut sheets to chose from and you can cut out the animals
and layer all the tags and stickers like our designers to create these fun
projects for yourself.

page designed by Tracey Taylor

baby box and cards designed by Jodi Wilton

page designed by Nicole Wise

 shower favors designed by Nicole Wise

frame designed by Noeleen Acosta

 card designed by Brittny Lejeune

layout designed by Jodi Wilton

card designed by Brittny Lejeune

be sure and check back this Wednesday for more cute ideas

just letting you all know ahead of time we have a
"Fantastic Blog Hop"
starting this friday so be sure and mark you calendar because
you don't want to miss this fun filled day of great ideas!!!


  1. OMGosh!!! I am so stinkin EXCITED!!! Thank you for choosing my card!!!! Can't wait to get my new BC papers to have more fun creating!!!

  2. Congrats to the winner looking forward to hop and next contest

  3. All so cute!! Great job ladies!!

  4. Congrats Aimee!!
    Great job DT. Your Safari Girl projects are all adorable!

  5. I am loving all the baby girl projects...nothing sweeter!


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