Party Penguins

Party Penguins

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This card features the adorable Party Penguins stamp by Great Impressions.  It was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic Markers (BG15, R14, YR04, and YG63).  The greeting is from a set called “Happy Birthday to You” by Gina K Designs.  The white cardstock was cut with a die from the Spellbinders “Pierced Rectangles” set (#SCD-012) and mounted on Gina K Designs Jelly Bean Green and a sheet from the GKD “Made With Love” patterned paper pack.

My triplets turned 17 today.  According to the Motion Picture Association, they can now see “R” rated movies without supervision, and according the the state of New Jersey, they can now get their drivers’ licenses.  They are juniors in high school and will be applying to colleges soon.  I can’t believe how quickly they have grown, but luckily, they are still fun-loving and young at heart, and we still get to enjoy them being “kids” a little longer!  I made this card for Kelly (she loves penguins) and the cards in my previous two posts for the boys. (The monkey card was for Keith, and the elephant card was for Kevin.)  I immediately thought of each of them when I saw these stamps, and they loved the cards. Even as teens in high school and as young adults, I guess they are still enjoying their “inner kid” too!!

Keith, Kelly and Kevin

(Keith, Kelly, and Kevin the day they came home from the hospital)

For this week’s Mod Squad Challenge, we are encouraged to create a project using hearts and/or flowers.  For this card, I used patterned paper with hearts on it.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KELLY!

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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3 thoughts on “Party Penguins

  1. I just love that patterned paper. Very nice design and love your story about your triplets. May they always be your babies. Lol Thanks for playing in the Mod Squad Challenge. Good luck!
    Barbara, Mod Squad Challenge host.

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