Suddently, there was a lot of cards that I needed to make.
Often I have just let my six year old draw a card instead,
but I agreed to make a Confirmation Card for a friend,
and then I think my head was back in the came a bit.
Yesterday was my sister in law's birthday,
and inspired by a scrap magazine I just bought,
I spontaniously made her this lollipop card.
It was so simple, quick and fun to make,
with such a cute outcome, so I made two more today
for Sofie to bring to a double birthday she is invited to.
I'll show those later this week.
What a great way to use left over pieces of paper!
I made mine double, with identical backs,
just wrote a small greeting. I used cardboard
between layers to get more of a pop-up effect, and I added
pompoms between the doilies to hide the straws.
Some ribbon (all from Ribbon Girl), string, charms, a button,
a few flowers and pearls, numbers,
and we're good to go!
Wow...what a great idea, Anne. Love this sweet and beautiful lollipop card!
wauww heeeeeeel mooi gemaakt je Lollypopkaart
liefs van martine
Søt, smart og koselig hilsen til en heldig person:-)
Tusen takk for at du deltar i blomsterutfordringen vår hos Scrappelyst :)
What a Clever Card Design and love how you have decorated it. Have a Great Week.
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations, good luck!!! Amy DT Sweetie
Så søtt og or en morsom måte å lage kort på :) Tror jeg må låne denne idèen en gang, om jeg får lov :)
HI Anne! It's so nice to see you again!!! :) I hope you've been doing wonderfully? :) What a most BEAUTIFUL lollipop card that you've made .. and I know she will LOVE it!!!
Wishing you a beautiful week!
hahahahah EXCELLENT!!!! that's such a great idea!!! and you've made it so elegant too!! way to go!!!
I've never heard of a lollipop card, and you've created a beautiful example! So glad you were inspired to join our Spring Challenge at Cupcake Inspirations!
Debbie, DT Sweetie
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