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Fruit Stand Trio

A good Friday to you!
Two of my kids and I just returned from a Spring Break cruise late yesterday 
afternoon, so I have lots to catch-up on :)  I'm sooo glad to be home and I'm sooo
ready to start feeling like I'm on land and not on the ocean LOL
Today let's feature the brand new super-super-sweet collection by Doodlebug Designs:
Here are a trio of cards that I made using the 6x6 paper pads, Simply Put Album Inserts,
Fruit Stand embellishments and Mini Cards

 Thanks A Bunch Card
The 6x6 Paper Pads are ideal for cardmaking...the designs are scaled down a bit from
 the larger 12x12 prints, so they are perfectly proportionate for card-fronts.  
Utilize punches and dies to create one-of-a-kind backgrounds and mats for embellishments

 Hello Sunshine
I let the design from the Simply Put Album Inserts do the work for me here! 
 For a little added pop, I added the sticker sentiment with foam dots and stitched on a couple of buttons.

You're Berry Sweet 
I turned the Swiss Dot Card inside out and covered the pre-cut hole with a banner layered embellishment.
  A mix of buttons were threaded and then added to the top of the card with Glue Dots.  

Now!  Doodlebug is having a Fruit Stand Preview Party and you could WIN!
Just click here to go to the Doodlebug Blog and learn of the details...GOOD LUCK


  1. As it is with everything you create - I love these!! My favorite is the strawberry card but only cuz I love berries!! Thank you for sharing these super cute, sweet ideas!!

  2. Gorgeous cards Shellye! Isn't DB fantastic?!


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