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Bubbles, bubbles

Here's another fantastic image from Waltzingmouse Stamps--it's a big collection of circles stuck together. They remind me of bubbles. When I started out, I intended to make a baby girl card, but I somehow couldn't quite get the effect I wanted and gave up and turned it into a birthday card. I'll figure it out sometime...Suggestions?
Paper: PTI White, Sweet Blush
Ink: PTI Sweet Blush
Stamps: WMS Free Spirit-Boy, PTI Piece of Cake, Take Note
Other: PTI Sweet Blush Satin ribbon, 1 3/4" and 2" circle punch, CTMH hemp
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  1. DO you need a baby girl card? If not, I like this just the way it is Cheryl. I think is is interesting in LO, simple in color form and perfect as is. If you need it to be a baby card, why not use an image from baby button bits or some other baby set on the tag and then a tiny sentiment underneath or even as another smaller circle overlapping the tag?

  2. What a fun use of the bubbles! :)

  3. I am waiting (not so patiently) for this set to be delivered to me! I love it in that baby pink. Nice

  4. So cute! I love that image!

  5. Your card is just lovely the way it is.

  6. the BEST card I've seen with this set. I LOVE this.

  7. I like it how it is. and I really like the tag hanging from the ribbon, it's a great detail!


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