Birthday Wishes

Hi friends,

Y’all know that I love Unity Stamp Company! They are always coming out with great new stamps and supplies – and they have the best sales!!!

The set I used for this card is called Hip Hip Hooray. It includes the birthday girl along with 2 different sentiments. The patterned paper I used also came from Unity Stamp Company. The stitched scalloped circle frame die I used is discontinued, but here is a similar one.

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I stamped the girl with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored her with Copic markers. The sentiment is stamped with turquoise ink. Then I die cut the image with the scalloped circle frame die. The die actually cuts the center circle out, leaving the scalloped stitched part as a frame. I turned the piece over and attached foam tape to the frame, overlapping onto the center circle to keep it as one piece. Then I used these Blender Brushes from Taylored Expressions to brush light green ink around the edges.

I attached the panel of ice cream cone patterned paper to a white card and then added the strip of striped paper. I attached the stamped image to the card using the foam tape I put on the back earlier. I added 3 gems similar to these to finish the card.

Such a fun way to wish someone special a Happy Birthday!

Happy Stamping!

Anita

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4 Responses to Birthday Wishes

  1. Mom says:

    Very nice!

    Like

  2. Michelle says:

    This is beautiful!

    Liked by 1 person

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