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Wild Card 2 - Hoot Owl Card

I recently bought the new Wild Card 2 Cricut cartridge and couldn't wait to play with it - there are so many adorable projects, too many to choices!!!  After looking through the book two or was it three time? I choose to make this owl card first using some scraps of Echo Park paper I had in my stash. Not your typical colors but didn't it turn out cute? eeekkkkk


  1. What size do you make them?
    Ann W

  2. What size do you make them?
    Ann W

  3. I think your choice of papers is what makes this card so completely cute ...I love it !

  4. Love this owl card! It's so cute!

  5. This card is so cute and creative. thanks for sharing. Mary


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