First of I would like to say:
Happy Birthday, April!
What a great day to celebration Wild Flower Kids: A Birthday Wish release on April's birthday. Please show her some love. here
Now for the BLOG HOP!
If this is your first stop in the hop start at Jen's blog.
You should be coming from Jenn K's blog.
(Yes, it's a little confusing. There's a lot of Jens. It's like the movie Heather's)
Jen Shults as out done herself again.
These images are so cute.
I thought I would change things up and not make a card. I used the new Bo Bunny paper I bought last Saturday on April's birthday adventure. First, we went to lunch and had a Tea Party at Barbara'a Tea House. WOW, was that fun and girly. Next, we went to our local scrap booking store, and then we went to April's house to craft all day. We had a marathon day and it was great.
My second project is a gable box from Prefect presentation templates. It can be bought at The Wild Flower Patch. HERE. I wish I had the Cricut Expression then I could of made a bigger box. I think I could fit two mini cupcakes in here or a lot of chocolate eggs.
Together they make the perfect gift.
Next stop in the Blog Hop is: Lori
I almost forgot when you are done with the hop leave your name in the comment section after commenting on all the blogs and you can have a chance to win the set: A Birthday Wish. Also, don't forget to play in the WFK challenge this week: a birthday wish.
For some more inspiration check out the Wild Flower Team:
Lori (next stop in the hop)
- SU card stock
- Bo Bunny DSP
- SU sentiment from Yummy set
- SU brad and twine
- $1 bin ribbon
- American Craft ribbon
- Blue Flower hand made
- White flower made with Cricut and SCAL 2
- Homemade glimmer mist on flower
- Wild Flower Kids image from the A Birthday Wish
- box template from Prefect Presentation @ WFK
- Digital Tuesday: scrap it (handmade blue flower on the box)
- Belli Challenge: Color Spray (glimmer misted the flower on the tag)
- Cricut Cardz challenge: Anything goes (box and flowers on tag made w/Cricut)
- JUGS challenge: template challenge