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Mid Summer GIVEAWAY on CNS!!!!!

"Oh Baby" Nursery Decor and GIVEAWAY!!!!

I don't even remember the last time I did a Giveaway?  And you all keep coming back!  Me so lucky;)  But hey, it's time for a MID SUMMER GIVEAWAY!!!!  I have a packed summer and I want to say thanks for coming around, even when I'm not posting as often as I would like.  Details are after the Nursery Decor project!

***I am giving away 20 Digi's in 2 sets of 10 and 1 Cricut Cart.  That's 3 winners!***

My SIL's nephew is having a baby and I wanted to send a gift for the nursery.  I found out the  baby's colours and got to work!  Charlotte is due next month and I am so excited for them.  So since the baby shower is on the weekend I headed out to Michaels and my LSS for some supplies!

I picked up one large wooden letter (C) from Michaels.  I went to my LSS and found this adorable Carta Bella paper, Paris Girl. I wanted both images on the letter so when I traced out the "C" I was sure to trace the images as centered as I could.

Once you have modge podged the paper onto the letter do a second layer on top of the paper.  Then I sanded the edges.  This evens out the edges and shows the inked edges.

I used my TH Big Die Word Play for the grunge board letters, painted with Snow Cap White, sand the edges and add Victorian Velvet ink.

Place your letters where you want them. 

I added a circle and scallop punch for each letter in the matching paper.  Also some whimsical accents with these butterflies and a pretty crown. 

Some sheer ribbon attached with my heavy duty stapler is applied to the back. 

I glued all my letters on using Tom Bo glue.  I crown has added gems and glossy accents.

I ran the butterflies through the embossing folders then added some stickles.

I was careful to show as much of the image on the paper.

I think I dined at that cafe!  This butterfly is popped just above the Eiffel Tower.

I alternated the DP circles and scallops for each letter.



I want to help my awesome crafty buddy Betty of Simply Betty Stamps. She is raising money to help her sons climbing medical costs. She and her family are special to me and I want to help where I can!  Last year a bunch of us got together and did a blog hop and Auctioned off our projects to help raise money, click HERE to read more, see my projects and my final auction bid. 

Betty is having a HUGE SALE and all proceeds are going to her sons medical costs.  You can get any 10 digi's for $15 by clicking HERE, Digi's for a Cause.  I will be picking 2 winners and each winner will get to pick out ANY 10 images they want!!!!!  If you can't wait or want to help out, perhaps do this on your own blog check out HERE for the sale and all Betty's fabulous images!


As an added bonus Giveaway, I am personally giving away a brand new ROBOTZ Cricut cartridge.  It's always nice to have more goodies to win!

Here's what I need from you!

1. Leave me a comment, kinda need that.

My goal is to SPREAD THE WORD for Betty and her family.  Please help me do that and spread my link, Betty's link onto your Facebook, blogs, Tweet or Pinterest.  Thanks for your comments and your support. I'll be picking a winner on Monday July 30th.



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