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Queen for the Day

Who doesn't want to be treated as a Queen for their birthday? I made this card to give to my BFF for her upcoming birthday using the Postage Stamp Shaped ($1.50) Card template and Assorted Crowns ($3.50) by The Cutting Cafe.

I really love how this turned out and how quick and easy it was to make using Regina's files.



  1. Beautiful job, Tee.. Love that crown and all the bling.

  2. Tess this card is wonderful!! I wanna be Queen too!!
    Love it in all its blingdom!
    Sue Brailey

  3. Love this card Tee can we make this please!!!!!!

  4. That crown is super duper fabulous!

  5. Wow! I love the crown. Lots of bling too :) Great job.

  6. LOVE!!! fab bling on the crown :)


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