" I am a dreamer. I am , indeed, a practical dreamer. My dreams are not airy nothings. I want to convert my dreams into realities, as far as possible. "

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Cindy's Birthday Bash

Pretty in Pink.
  We are having a birthday party for our friend, Cindy. She loves pink, so I am guessing everything will be in pink. My birthday card will be no different. I had wicked fun making it.
   I used Martha Stewart's lattice punch to make the fence. I added SU's flourish stamp for ivy. I just bought the Mixed Bunch stamp set and punch from Stampin Up. Love them. It makes beautiful blossoms when you stack them and raise them with dimensionals. 
  The leaves are die cuts from Spellbinders. The little bee is from SU Full Blossoms set. I love Martha Stewart's butterfly punch, too. I made the flower in the lower right hand corner from punches and yes.. pink paper. 
  The sentiment I typed on the computer to get the right size and used a Spellbinder's die cut mount the words. I think it came out pretty good. Hope Cindy likes it , too.

Pretty in Pink, too.
Wish I could eat one....
Great display
   We went indoor flea marketing a few weeks ago ad came across a great candy store in Wells. I think that is where we were. It was called "The Harbor Candy Store". Great place. Loved their displays. This pink mask reminded me of Cindy. I snapped a picture of their masks.
More pretty in pink...
We plan on going back to Wells real soon as their stores on the Main Street are so cute and full of things that interest us. 


  1. I love Cindy's card! All the pink is sure to please her..!!! I forgot about the cool pink mask- It's beautiful!

  2. Love Cindy's card and the new stamp set from SU! The shops in the Wells area really look cool!

  3. Connie,

    What isn't there to love about your card! Cindy is very lucky to have a friend like you. Gorgeous blossoms and picket fence. I have that punch too and will have to take a closer look at how you did that.

  4. Oh my, this is so pretty! I'm sure your friend will cherish this creation!
    I love that you used the lattice punch as a fence - genius!