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Happy Birthday Kylie!

Happy Birthday Kylie!

I am so lucky to have met Kylie from Kylie is Addicted to Stamps through blogland - first through the STAMPlorations blog, but now we are also on the ATSM blog together. Kylie is just the sweetest girl and a fantastic paper crafter! 

Kylie, I wish you all the best - have a fun day full of love and laughter and have a great year!

If you don't know Kylie go and visit her blog, there is a competition going on there right now, that you may want to check out and while you are there wish her a Happy Birthday!

And here is your card - perhaps it made it to Australia in time......

The lovely Loll Thompson has a linky party over at her blog in Kylie's honor. You can link up your birthday cards there. 

Since I am with Kylie on the STAMPlorations team I had to use my new STAMPlorations set Celebrate Artsy for her card. I had so much fun playing around with those stamps. You can make all sorts of fun stuff with them - there will be more coming up along those lines - you may want to check back on July 8......and there is one of those cards you can look at  HERE.

And since Kylie likes butterflies I found that wonderful cake for her on the net
I wish we could eat this together....

I am also linking this card with Seize the Birthday - anything goes


Flo said…
Wo gibt es denn diese wunderbaren Figuren??? Die sind ja köstlich. Gibt es noch mehr davon??? Das wäre was für mich!!!
Liebe Sonntagsgrüße
Bonnie said…
What a cute and fun card, Cornelia! Love that birthday cake too! It's just perfect for Kylie!
maria f. said…
you rock.
Cris G. said…
This is really cute and unique, Cornelia. When I received my stamps, the first experiments was trying to make some faces with this set... I'm not alone :).
Anita in France said…
Hahaha, Cornelia ... cute, fun ... and I'm smiling all over my face! Anita :)
Loll said…
So cute Cornelia. Kylie will LOVE this! xx
Kylie said…
Cornelia!! Your card gave me the biggest smile! You are so creative, girl! I havent received my card yet but cannot wait to have this adorable critter on display. Thank you SO much!! xx
Kim Heggins said…
This is just too darn cute! Sure to bring a great big smile to the birthday girl.
Lee-Anne said…
Love your fun card, Cornelia! That cake is just perfect for Kylie!
hellerlittle said…
Liebe Conny,
ich beneide dich um diese kreative Ader, was du schaffst in Stempel zu sehen *phänomenal
Hammerstark deine Karte !!!
LG hellerlittle
papierelle said…
Hallo liebe Cornelia,
Du legst ein Basteltempo vor, da wird einem ja schwindelig ..*lach*.
Die Karte ist grandios, bin immer noch am schmunzeln!!! Einfach toll!!
LG Gundi
Flo Langley said…
Fantastic card. What a fab image.
Florence x
Nonni said…
You make magic with this stamp set! So creative!
MaryH said…
What an imaginative fun card. I would not have had a clue as to what to make with this stamp, but you really showcased it in a wonderful way. It's simply adorable; I love that google eye peeking out & the sentiment is too cute for words. Well done. Great cake too! TFS & Hugs
Rosmarie said…
Ein geniales Stempelset und eine brilliante Idee!!
Susie W. said…
So cute! Applause to you, I would not have known how to use that stamp!
Thank you for joining us at Seize The Birthday. :)
Monika Reeck said…
really cuuuteeeee...yes Flo hast recht das Stamp set ist really cute niedlich und kann man mehrere lustige figuren machen...yeah you are so clever and can catch the Idea of Sheri stamp set annndd I wanna say CONGRATS on your win at Seize The are rock girl...I am too busy wegen schulfest and football verein Fest no time to card blog nearly empty hihi..LG

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