And what birthday would be complete without a couple of balloons. I realize that the colors of the balloons don't exactly jive with the color scheme of the basket, but they just looked so festive that I included them anyway. I stamped the balloons and then attached them to some twisted wire, with my attempt of the wire made to look like the balloons are floating.
This same co-worker was whining because she hadn't received anything crafty for Valentine's Day, and I gently reminder her that she had a birthday coming up and that I had been working on something for her. Funny how when you make a few things for co-workers, they begin to expect something for every little holiday! HA! A precedent has been set...it's my own fault.
I hope that you will check out the other members of the Blogger's Challenge Group to see their version of a Triangle Box (I'm sure they followed directions better than I did, since my project can't really be classified as a box). You can find their names, and links to their blogs by clicking on the Blogger's Challenge link along the left hand side bar of my blog.
It's also another preview day for the newest Papertrey stamp release, so don't miss Nichole's blog, as well as Heather, Sr. Design Team Member, who share with you more teasers to get you ready for the 15th! Debbie Olson also has a wonderful project today that includes a downloadable template. Check it out!
Thanks for looking in on me today. I hope your day is filled with cake and balloons, even if it ISN'T your birthday!
The Fine Print: Stamps: Piece of Cake, Birthday Whimsey; Papers: Soft Sky; Inks: Soft Sky, Palette Black Noir, Kaleidacolor Calypso, Creamy Caramel; Accessories: Large Scalloped Circle and Small Circle Nestabilties, Wire Works wire, Liquid Applique, Stardust Pen, Saddle Stitked Grosgrain ribbon from Michael's.