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Ellephantastic Challenge #12 - Handmade flowers

Good morning all!
This is a scheduled post because right now I will be getting ready to b a bridesmaid for my friend's wedding!
My card for today is for my niece Emily for her birthday today.
Happy Birthday Emily!!
She is 16 today & my digi on her card is named after her!!

This week over at 
Michelle is hosting & her theme this week is
Handmade Flowers

I have made the roses on my card from a tutorial by Craft, life & Laughs
Here is my card

I have used some large pretty shaped die cuts from Susie's shop Die Cut Dreams
The sentiments are from Forever Friends stamps & the letters to spell Emily are from the Papermania 12x12 flower papers pack.
I have also used some pins for the first time as our sponsor this week is the lovely Vikki & her shop

here's what you will win
aren't they just gorgeous?

Make sure you pop by the Design Team's blogs to see their lovely creations


You can buy Emily from my shop HERE


Don't forget I have a SALE on to HERE

Have a good weekend
xxx
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Comments

Mel said…
Hi Helen, she's lovely and your card is gorgeous. Melxxx

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