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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Flourishes - A Princess Birthday Hop!


Today is a special day for the Flourishes Family to celebrate our Birthday Girl - Julie Koerber!  And Julie is definitely worth celebrating!  She's the right hand on so many levels of what's beautiful about Flourishes, and we're so grateful for her and blessed to also call this lovely lady our friend.  
This summer a number of the Flourishes Senior Design Team girls gathered for a weekend in Yellowstone National Park.  It was a fantastic time of fun!  One of the great things some of the girls did was go Whitewater Rafting.  Because there were family members along, Julie graciously said she'd sit in the middle of the raft so the kids could get the most out of the experience.  The raft guide however thought that would be a fun opportunity to tease Julie about her "Princess" status.  She gracefully took it and we love to tease her about it - and so the idea for this Princess Birthday Hop was born!  Julie we love you and your fun, spunky spirit, and also the warmth and grace you live your life with!  Happy Birthday from all of us at Flourishes!  




We invite you to hop along today with many of our Flourishes Family to see our pretty Princess and Birthday inspiration, and join in on our wishes for Julie!

Comment along the way and you could be entered to win any Birthday set of your choice from the Flourishes Store!  Winners will be chosen and announced on Saturday November 23rd on the Flourishes Blog.

And don't forgot to drop by Julie's place to send her your Happy Birthday wishes too!

Jenny Gropp - you are here!


Princess Julie! 
I wish you a wonderful birthday! I hope you treat yourself to something fun and extra special! It's been nothing but fun knowing you for so many years! I tried to make you a girly card.... not really my specialty!
 I used Spellbinder's Labels 8 and Decorative Labels 8 to frame the image from the Feminine Charm Flourishes set. I picked bright and happy colors because you always are both!!! 
 Had to add in this sentiment... because this is how so many of Julie's emails start! 

I added a little floppy white ribbon bow along the side to embellish. All the bright paper I used is from the new Bo Bunny Collection called Pin Cushion.

Here's the hop order again:
Jenny Gropp - you are here!

18 comments:

  1. Your card is gorgeous and I love the beautiful die cuts and patterned papers backing up that sweet stamped image, which you've colored beautifully. Princess Julie will love her birthday card.

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  2. WOW!! What a gorgeous card, love all the diecuts you've used!!! Love how you've decorated the inside as well!! Beautiful!!

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  3. Oh she'll be stylin' in that hat, you know for non tiara days!!! :) Pretty, pretty card!

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  4. Beautiful card!!!Love the design,Awesome coloring!!!!

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  5. Love all those layers. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I would love this setting on my piano on my birthday!

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  7. HOW PRETTY!!!!!!! You did a WONDERFUL JOB on this GIRLY card Jenny!!!!!!!!! YES, PRINCESS'S wear FLOPPY HATS TOO! :) Julie will LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE this riding around in her glittery carriage!!!!!!!!!! :) (LOVE those dies too!) :)

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  8. What a special and especially girly creation! LOVE it Ms. Jenny! Thanks too for the well wishes -- I feel so special today!!! You helped make my birthday one to remember!

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  9. Gorgeous b-day card! Love the layers and colors you chose!

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  10. I love your sweet card! TFS.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  11. Love your use of color and the layers are incredible. She will love this card. Thank you so much for sharing with us all.

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  12. Very pretty--I like the dies you used.

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  13. So charming! I love the summery bonnet! The lacey edges and the warm colors are so pretty together!

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  14. Beautiful! Love all the layers and colors! Have a Blessed day!

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  15. Exquisite card. Love the layers and those very pretty diecuts.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  16. Stunning card...just wondering how you attach the tops of the front and back...and still maintain the top of the die....

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