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Safari Babies Crib Card

Hello, hello, and here we are at another weekend. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to make a card for this weeks Crazy4Challenges challenge, life has been a bit hectic and I haven’t been in my Craftroom for over a week 😭, so for this week I am posting a card that I made last month. It was a special request and it was a bit of a challenge in itself, I needed to make a Safari Animal themed baby boy card 🤔 which doesn’t seem too complicated but the only “safari” animal I have is a monkey 🐒, soooooo Scan n Cut to the rescue again, and this is what I came up with.

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“Forest Friends, Happy Birthday”

This card was an experiment. When I originally saw the video for Karen Burnistons Cascading Tag card {see card “Back to the Beach” from Aug 17,18} my brain started churning if she could do that with the Adirondack chair die, what could I do with the Garden Bench die {see card “Friends” from Aug 30, 18}, I assumed that in theory that it should work, long story short, it didn’t, well not as well as the Adirondack chair turning into a cascading tag card but I did come up with this.


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Hello, today I’m sharing a card that I made for my daughter to give a friend. It was a winter birthday so I chose to do a winter scene. When making this card I originally made the inside too big so the cat ears were visible when the card was closed, so I added the teal borders to make the card bigger, which in the end made the card a little brighter and better. It just goes to show that sometimes a mistake can turn a project into something better than it would have been if you just keep working on it and use your imagination.


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