It’s a beautiful day…..

Fall is definitely here and I’m loving it!

My son Carl and his wife Christine had a final court date on Monday and it official, we have 3 more grandsons!  I’ve  talked about them before, the total child count is SEVEN!  We are  blessed to have the opportunity to welcome these darling boys into our family.  They will be moving up here this month and we will begin building memories together.

Here’s the first picture I saw.  But checking it out one of my Granddaughters is missing.  Had to check another picture that included Miss Halina!



Ok, now they are all accounted for!  They make a beautiful family.  We are very proud and excited to have them coming back to Wisconsin.

Five boys and two girls and all they all love to stamp! (Except the youngest ones, who would just eat the stamps!)


Today I thought in honor of my two Granddaughters I would share a cute little girl birthday card:

The background paper is Pretty in Pink, embossed with our Elegant Lines embossing folder.  The skirt is cut out with the 3″ circle Bigz die.  The little under skirt is a used dryer sheet, doubled up and cut out with the large scallop circle Bigz die.  The bodice of the dress is our shimmer paper cut out with the 2 1/2″ circle punch.  The sides were punched out with the 1 3/4″ circle punch and the neckline punched out with the 3/4 x 15/16 oval punch!  Always accent with pearls and ribbon of course!  The fabric  for the skirt is from the Floral District fabric pack.  The little greeting is from a Hostess set in the Holiday catalog, Mixed  Medley.  (You know that cute little set that goes with our new 1 1/4″ scallop circle punch!)  The ink used is Rich Razzleberry!

Don’t you think that this would be the perfect “little Princess” card?  Very simple to make.  I guess you can tell that I am a big fan of our punches and dies!

Enjoy this beautiful day and happy stamping!

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