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Challenging Myself to a Post of Cards Made With Retiring Items in the Catalog!

New at SU! Blog Hop! Birthday Bonanza’s Retiring!


Welcome to our New at SU BlogHop.  We are demonstrators from around the world that are sharing our creations with you.  This month our focus is on retiring items from the present catalog!  Don’t miss the boat!  There are some great items that are going away forever soon!  One of my favorites is the Birthday Bonanza bundle!  The images are great for kids of any age!  I was looking and looking for the exact measurements for this card and I finally found them.  This card now fits in a regular a envelope!  My first attempt was rather large, but adorable!  This one is better!

I also attempted another card with this design using only designer’s series paper.  I think it turned out pretty cute.  Where do you sign these cards?  Additional sentiments and a note from you can be written on the back!  This great paper is retiring too! BUT you can still get the adorable stamp set in the new catalog!

A37881E1-BE73-483D-82C3-611ED82326DBDirections are on the TAMS link  below!  Make sure you click on the NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons below to continue on to other great projects in this hop!


Hop on to Lori's blog on the NEXT BUTTON. Hop back to the Jackie's Blog using the PREVIOUS BUTTON!  Enjoy!



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Jacqueline Lawless

What fun and colourful cards. I love the fun fold too!

Cynthia McQueen

These are so playful and fun, any kid (big or small) will love getting them!

Loni Spendlove

A great design and fun fold for kids cards!

Brenda Copper

Love the creative card fold. Your card is so festive with all the colors and patterns.

Tricia Butts

Adorable card designs. Will miss these beautiful papers.

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