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Spotty, Dotty and Yellow

I'm so loving working with yellow!  Here is my second yellow card for Less is More.

I've combined the sketch from Retro Sketches, the yellow from Less is More, and included a Happy Birthday for Casual Fridays.

I've inked the edges of my papers with canary yellow ink.  I used swiss dots grosgrain ribbon from Crafty Ribbons.

Happy Birthday peel off for Casual Fridays - Happy Birthday Guys!!

I've made a slit in the spine of the card and looped the ribbon through.  I've hidden the join underneath the bow.


  1. Maybe yellow releases endorphins or something... I'm certainly enjoying looking at all these lovely submissions!
    Super, sunny card Laura!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  2. Great polkadot card. I like the way you attached the ribbon.


  3. Yellow seems to be the color of the week! I'm seeing it everywhere! Your card is very pretty! So glad you played RetroSketches this week!

  4. I have been loving yellow lately -- maybe because it's spring here?
    Lovely work on your card. I especially like the gold script sentiment.

  5. Such a beautiful card, I love all the yellow too, so bright and cheerful. Thanks for the lovely comments too :) Viv xx

  6. Absolutely gorgeous Laura.........

  7. What a cheery little card! It will definitely make someone happy on their birthday! Thanks for playing with us at Cas-ual Fridays!

  8. Love how you did the ribbon, and that gold sentiment adds the perfect amount of sparkle. Sweet card.
    So pleased you joined in on the challenge at CAS-ual Fridays this week:)

  9. This is so pretty!! Thank you for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!


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