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Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Sip Sip Hooray

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Hello, I know my blog has been rather quiet but still trying to play catch up on life since returning from Vacation. It’s already Thursday and time for the next Topping at Seize the Birthday! Jules is our fabulous hostess and she has picked a topping that I really liked. She has asked us to Stripe it Up. For my card, I went with a bit of a subtle stripe on my background and did stripes of colors.

Card Details: Die set is from Tim Holtz-Happy Hour, the greeting is MFT, and the background stencil is Heffy Doodle. Such a fun and happy card.

Make sure you come on over to STB and check out the fabulous cards by our DT and guest Deepti, I know you will be inspired. I certainly was!

Take care and do something today that brings you JOY!, Nanc’

10 thoughts on “Sip Sip Hooray

  1. Yes, a fun and happy card. I like the way you used the stencil with the words lined up in stripes. Great cad.

  2. Such a fun and happy card. I am so partial to those beautiful colors and I love your image. It’s a party waiting to happen and I am smiling. Great take on the challenge, simply FABULOUS!!!

  3. Well, aren’t you a crafty and clever one with your stripes. This card is a party-ready to happen. That drink looks lushcious!

  4. I love your twist on the traditional stripes! And of course, I always love cards featuring fun cocktails! *wink*

  5. How fun using words to make your stripes! Well done 🙂

  6. Loving the look of the colored scripted stripes. I think its a great idea! Love the drink die cut, too. Looks really awesome!

  7. Great take on the stripes Nancy, love the pretty cocktail too, Cathy x

  8. What a great way to get your stripes! I love how you can think outside the box and be so creative and clever!~ An amazing card my friend!

  9. This is so very clever! I love that you striped your sentiment! Fabulous colours and you know I always like a drink card. Cheers my friend!

  10. Clever take on stripes, Nancy! They make a great background for that cocktail 🍹

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