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Birdcage Card

Birdcage Card - Cricut French Manor

Hi Everyone!!! Today I want to share a new card I made using the Cricut Cartridge "French Manor"

I cut the bird cage out at 5.5 inches and put it on a 5.5x4.25 piece of folded cardstock to make a card. I wanted my bird cage to look rounded against the paper so I added one layer of popdots to the outer edges but two popdots stacked high in the middle. Hard to see in this picture but totally adorable in person..

I inked my pink with some soft pink chalk ink and then added star dust stickles then glossy accents on my bird.

Hope you like it!



  1. Awesome card Tee! You are so inspiring! Rock on!

  2. very nice once again something amazing, thanks for sharing your talent with us

  3. Very pretty, Tee. I love the colors you used.


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