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Well, golly, ya'all ROCK!  Thanks for all the good wishes!

Now, I have a purty card to share today with ya'!  And, a video to go with!   There is a spot tho, where my bed-head got a bit in the way of the camera.  Please ignore. *sheepish grin*


I fell in love with this 6×6 paper pad by Prima–the colors are an unusual combo for me and one I probably never would have tried on my own.  So nice they've taken the guess work out of that, eh?!  Anyhoo, this particular sheet of paper makes the card look more complex than it really is because they combined a ton of the patterns from the pad into a single sheet.  So cool and clever! I likey!

Happy Mundane!!! (that still cracks me every time I hear it…) 





All the products used in the project are listed below for your reference:




  1. Great idea to let the paper do the work for making your “simple” card look complex. I think it is a fabulous card and technique. Your videos are so fast and helpful!

  2. This is just waaay too darling! Thanks for the tip on the banner with the punch…my noggin’ would have never come up with that one!

  3. That is gorgeous paper! I like the yellow butterfly too. Great card.

  4. You sure know how to make a simple card look fabulous! Love the flowers stamped in the corners and I all of those different colors of butterflies.

  5. Hi Julie!! I loved your card and I loved your video!!! Miss your classes and you in person!!

    Hugs and loves,

  6. Such a gorgeous card and love your banner tip..never thought off using my square punch!

  7. beautiful..thanks for sharing!

  8. Golly!!I am in love with that citron yellow! What a fabbie card – ooh la la. I agree with Judy! Great tip about the banner! Have a great week HRR!

  9. Pretty card! I love your tip for using a square punch
    for the banner edge.

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