Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Joy is here!


Guess what we got last weekend? A new niece/cousin! And guess what her name is? (hint - a fun way to use certain Christmas supplies all year long!)

We are so excited for my sister and her family! We are hoping to travel to meet her this week!

After I die cut her name, I used a little heart die to replace the dot on the 'i'. I added a little blue bird for a Fairy Tale feel.

I used
-Clearly Besotted Joy die (retired?!)
- Simon Says Stamp heart die
-Avery Elle Pierced Rectangle die
-Memory Box Contempo Birds dies
-Hot pink mirror cardstock


12 comments:

  1. You'll always be able to make Joy beautiful personalized cards like this one, Ardy! Congratulations to everyone! What a blessing!! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. Congratulations on your new neice !!and the perfect card for her x

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  3. Wonderful, wonderful news! Such a sweet card for Joy!

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  4. Congratulations Ardyth! What a wonderfully sweet card to welcome Joy to the family.

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  5. How I love this card! You can make classy cards like this for a couple of years until she actually starts to pay attention. ;)

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  6. That mirror cardstock in the hot pink is so lovely, Ardyth, and how wonderful that you can use your Xmas dies to cut her name!!!! The little bird is just sooooo cute and I love the blue to go with the hot pink!!!! Really cute!
    Have a great day!!!!

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  7. Oh my sweetness! How fun that her name is Joy! Congrats Auntie.

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  8. Congratulations!! Adorable card.

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  9. Congratulations, Ardyth ... how wonderful! Don't recall if I mentioned that joy is one of my favourite words ... to hear that your new niece is named Joy is so special ... a delight! A gorgeous card ... that little bird is just adorable! Hugs & bisous, Anita :)

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  10. This is so precious! And what an amazing gift--family and joy...

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  11. Such a sweet card for a new baby girl, Ardyth.

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