Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Love You Lots Card - September Blog Hop with Lori Whitlock

Hello everyone! Today is Lori Whitlock's September Blog Hop and my blog is the first stop on the hop. But be sure to visit Lori's site too because she has a sale and more great products for you!

For my project today, I made a beautiful greeting card using one of Lori's creative cutting files titled A2 Card Theme Park Birthday. It's original design has a nod to Disney but you can easily change the papers and the sentiment and use this for ANY recipient / occasion like a holiday, a baby, a man, etc. So versatile!

Love You Lots Birthday Card made with a Lori Whitlock cutting file

I made the card using white card stock, 6x6 pattern paper from Echo Park's Life is Beautiful Collection (also designed by Lori), and a dark blue/pink solid 12x12 sheet from the same collection (links below). 

Love You Lots Birthday Card made with a Lori Whitlock cutting file

I popped up the heart and the white panel for dimension and added a pretty coral twine around the top.

Love You Lots Birthday Card made with a Lori Whitlock cutting file

Below is the cutting file I used ... so cute!

I hope you'll give this wonderful card a try. It was super easy and such a fun project to make! There are more inspiring projects to see today, so ... be sure to hop to each blog for more great ideas!

Blog Hop Order:

You Are Here: Traci Penrod 

Your Next Stop: Brandi Adams

Cathy Harper

Marcia Dehn-Nix

Chelsea VanWyk

In addition to the creative team's projects, don't forget about the other great things Lori has for you today!


Below are the links for the products I used. Thanks for stopping by the blog and have a great day! 😊

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