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Because it doesn't take too much thought, card making is one of my favorite crafts to do while chatting with a friend. I whipped up three cards using scraps from Bella Blvd's Birthday Boy collection and then photographed them, happy with how they turned out.
That's when I realized that I had almost killed the kit. All that was left were narrow scraps, some borders, and a single sticker. Two more cards...
... and then three more and the last bits of the collection are gone. Woo hoo!
I'm pretty sure this means I can justify buying more birthday-themed papers. I mean, friends and family are going to keep celebrating birthdays and I'm going to keep making cards for them, so it's clear that I NEED to buy more paper. Right? I'm glad you agree. Now help me decide... Echo Park's Happy Birthday? I love everything about it except for the fact that it's cream-based instead of white. Doodlebug's Dragon Tales is adorable, but too young for most of my card recipients. I might go with Photo Play's Cake Party Animal. I love the colors (and the fact that the base is white) and it works well for boys and girls in a wide age range. Which is your favorite?