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Hip Hip Hooray!

Hello!  Let's have some fun today with the 
HIP HIP HOORAY COLLECTION
by Doodlebug Design
www.doodlebugblog.com
 
 I never seem to have enough masculine, little guy cards on hand,
so I came up with four cute and easy versions to share with you.
Each card also focuses on the Simply Put cards, which make card-making a breeze!

Let's start with this quick, 5 minute card first:
I cut down four different pixie straws to the same width as the 
Simply Put card and glued them in place with Zip Dry.

I embellished the side with one of my favorite monsters found in the 
Pixies pack...I just attached with some brads and then added a few 
Sprinkles for added cuteness.

And who can resist this trio?  I just had to use them on a card!
I trimmed the monsters away from the 4X6 card, corner rounded the edges and 
then layered it to the top of green Sprinkles Vellum.

A row of colorful buttons were stitched with Doodle Twine and attached with
an adhesive dot.  

And we can't forget about the sweet robot dudes throughout the collection!
Here I simply die cut a couple of different patterns from the 6X6 Paper Pad
and layered on one of the stickers.

 I used one of the Simply Put cards as the background paper and highlighted
a few of the dots with round Sprinkles.

With this last card, I just loved both sides of the Simply Put card, so
I cut it in half so that I could have a bit of both patterns!

To tie the two sides together, I added a strip of orange paper, bordered by
Doodle Twine and a border sticker.  One of the Ticket sentiments and 
dinosaur man stickers completes the look. Oh and don't forget the Sprinkles :)

Happy to see you...thanks for coming by!

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  1. Shellye! These are all adorable. Dang you make their product shine!:)

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