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Birthday Cards for Twins

I needed two birthday cards for twins, that are coming up soon. They are getting two years old and I wanted to make something fun for them. Interactive cards I think are great for that. 





I kept them CAS. The die cut number is Papertrey By the Numbers. The peeking little fox/teddy is from Mama Elephant No Peeking and the sentiment is from Hero Arts Big Candles. And some Washi tape.



I punched a brad on top and strung some twine through on which I hung the number. It swings around as you can see below. 



I am linking the card above with Dynamic Duos - Real Red and Island Indigo





I am linking both cards with Seize the Birthday - Birthday - optional chevron
CASual Fridays - over the edge - the numbers are swinging over the edge...
and the Snippets Playground  - the numbers are made from snippets
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - anything goes with twine or string


Comments

Flo said…
Da werden die Beiden sich sicherlich freuen. Soooo schöne Karten!!! Gute Idee, Danke für den Tipp. LG
Pop's Cards said…
Just gorgeous sweetie, hugs Pops x x x
Jingle said…
What a fun and creative idea! I love them! Thanks so much for joining in the fun over at CAS-ual Fridays!
shirley-bee said…
Fabulous interactive cards!
Vicki Dutcher said…
LOVE the neon 2's! Fun interactive cards - perfectly appropriate!
Susanne Vargas said…
This is such a great idea! Simple but lots of fun! The little guys peeking out from the 2 are adorable! You are just brilliant!
Nancy said…
The little guys peeking out from the 2 are really adorable...great idea! Thanks for playing along with us over at Seize the Birthday!
Kim Heggins said…
You must never sleep...I love these cards. What a fun and clever way to make a birthday card.
Di said…
Oh how clever Cornelia! I bet the twins love them!

Hugs,

Di
xx
These are just fabulous - what a very clever idea.
Thanks for your visit and the lovely comment - case away! :-)
Caroline xxx
Kristie Goulet said…
Oh Gosh! These are the PERFECT cards for 2 year olds. SO FUN!!!!
JoAnn said…
These are adorable. Love how you made the numbers to swing. Thanks for sharing at the Dynamic Duos.
What fun interactive cards! Nicely CAS and great use of snippets.
Jean said…
Great fun!!
Jean x
JoAnn said…
Great birthday cards for twins. Love how you made the numbers to swing. Thanks for sharing at Seize the Birthday.
Lorraine A said…
Fabulous cards :-) super cute images and am sure the little ones will love to play with them too ! brilliant ! :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
luv
Lols x x x
Lin said…
These are darling, Cornelia, so special! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!
Sylvia Blum said…
awww.... sooooooo cute!!! LOVE your interactive cards - so clever :)
Thanks so much for playing along with CAS-ual Fridays!
Sylvia xx
scrappymo! said…
Oh my gosh...these are so sweet and cute!
Nonni said…
Wow Cornelia, these are fantastic! So cute and fun- Very inventive!
Cindy Brumbaugh said…
Cornelia, so fun and creative. Thinking outside the box...I mean card front. Super cute! Thanks for sharing with the Dynamic Duos this week!
Kanan Pandya said…
So creative and lovely set of cards, Cornelia. Love the design and swinging no. :-)
Kelly Griglione said…
Oh my gosh, Cornelia, these are fabulous!! I'm always a fan of using the birthday child's age on a card, they really get a kick out of that stuff. And I LOVE you your interpreted over the edge, in an interactive way. Very clever : ) Thanks so much for joining the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge!

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