Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Celebrate You

Flutterby Wednesday - FBW169 Theme of Celebrate
Sketchbook Saturday - SSC26

This week at Flutterby Wednesday we are following the theme "Celebrate"!  We are celebrating Danni's upcoming birthday on September 4th and it is going to last the entire month of September!  And we know how to throw a party - woo-hoo!  Come back every week for some fun challenges using her favorite things and sponsors from her favorite places to shop!  {BIG wink}

So, of course for this week's card I was inspired to use lots of pink {check}, lots of sparkle {check} and lots of butterflies {check}!  All favorites of my dear friend Danni - Happy Birthday!  And that sweet little saying can be found in the Little Moments set by Paper Makeup Stamps.

And we would like to further celebrate a new member joining our Flutterby Wednesday Design Team - please give a warm welcome to Mary J ! 

And to make our celebration even more fun, DT member Jen Shults celebrates her birthday on September 4th too!  Happy Birthday Jen!  {waving}

Thanks for fluttering by and I hope you'll celebrate with us by getting inky and sharing your creations at the FBW blog
Stamps: Little Moments by Paper Makeup Stamps
Paper: Purely Pomegranate, Baja Breeze, Night of Navy, Pretty in Pink, Lime Twist Happy Go Lucky DP
Ink: Purely Pomegranate
Accessories: Circle Nesties, Gems, Xyron, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, SU! Butterfly Punch, MS Butterfly Punch, SU! Scallop Punch, Purely Pomegrantate Satin Ribbon


Mary J said...

Thx Michelle - plsd to be on this great team! and your card is amazing! What a great way to use those DPs and the lickle ickle butterflies are sooo cute!

Danni said...

Oh my girlfriend!! You had every reason to be excited at how this card came out! LOVE it!! What a neat way to add the sentiment!! You rock!

Anna said...

Love this! Great sketch! Fun colors!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

Lovely card, great colours and papers! I love those sweet flutterbies :)

Kristie said...

This is adorable, Michelle!! Love the colors you used and how you added the sentiment!