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02/19/2017

Sun 19

Happy BDay
by Irena Kowalczyk

Good morning everyone, Irena here.
Today my another project with use of foam Foamiran.

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I made flowers following this tutorial, I used die Blooming Poinsettia.
Yes, die Poinsettia, but it I created different flower.

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I cut twice in die tag in white and green cardstock.
But only once I cut inscription Happy BDay.

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I used also die Dream Butterfly, only one half. 

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The birthday tag can replace card.
It can be also as addition to gift.

Have a good week.
  Irena Floral Signature copy

 

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Comments

Very pretty Irena!

Morning Irena, Wow !! the colours are so pretty, the flower is magnificent with the foliage, and I'm loving the little star for the 'eyelet hole', I also love the 'Bday' die as this is exactly how I refer to 'Birthday'. I love, love, love this tag.
Enjoy your day.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Très jolie et lumineux !! J'aime beaucoup !
Bises
Thaly

Wow Irena, this is absolutely stunning. That flower is amazing, I can't believe it's made completely from paper and that it was a poinsettia, with a color change of paper it became a whole different flower. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

Fantastyczna praca :)

Lovely tag.

Prześliczny tag!

Beautiful tag, love what you have done with the flower!

Stunning! I love the flower and the color combination and the design.

That flower is amazing! I really need to just buckle down and buy it, I want it so bad. lol
Your tag is just stunning.

The flower is beautiful and I love the colors you used on this.

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