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Echo Park Cards

Oh how I loved creating this card using Echo Park's Victoria Garden. I just love the whole collection. So soft and super feminine. I started this project over a month ago and wasn't sure what I was going to do with it. But then I thought this would be a beautiful gift for my dear friend that is expecting a baby soon.

So with that in mind, I turned this card into a what I call a "mini album" card. Basically two card put together. Then I added my words and pictures. That was fun. I added the embellishments- hand cut flowers from the paper, lots of bling and frames. WOW! It turned out so pretty.

I know she will love this gift and treasure it for years to come. Can't wait to mail if off to her.

Plus I made a few extra cards. So what do y'all think?







Don't you love these strips of pink crochet? So lovely!
Thanks so much for visiting and wish my sweet friend a happy delivery.

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  1. the pink crochet strips are gorgeous! beautiful mini Kelly!!!

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  2. Oh WOW!!! Kelly is beautiful! Shes going to love it.

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  3. wow! So pretty and feminine! I love the crochet you added!

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  4. Beautiful as usual! She will love this for sure! I love your work!

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  5. Beautiful!!! Your friend will love this! (I'm a bit addicted to this paper collection myself...LOL)

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  6. Oh Kelly this is so lovely!! Your friend is going to cry! I love the pretty pink crochet border and the feminine touches!! Gorgeous my friend!

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  7. You always make such beautiful cards Kelly, I love the beautiful soft colors and patterns on this pretty card.

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  8. Wow, this is fab, love the pink crochet strips, the are gorgeous!

    xoxo Tina

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