I wanted to make a birthday card for a really sweet girl. She has a sunny, summery personality and loves Hello Kitty. I was planning on moving all my old dies into my new (purchased at Ben Franklin Crafts) three-drawer wood topped rolling bin (a great work station for my Big Shot die cutting machine), so it was time to find my Hello Kitty dies. I found them and remembered how sweet they are (Why have I neglected them?). I also found three completed HK with sunglasses...woot! woot!..less work for me. A die cut Spellbinders border seemed to be the perfect pairing with the HK figure and a beach blanket print paper from a Mambi 12x12 paper pad added a summer touch to the card (even though she is an October child). For the birthday banner I used a clear stamp and die from Paper Smoochies.
Don't wait for clean up time to discover the craft treasures you already own. With a few new additions you can give a fresh twist (or curve) to 'old' supplies and even use up some paper scraps. I hope this card reminds you that Hello Kitty will live forever..... just like me.....LOL!