Sending Sweet Celebration Wishes

Hi friends,

My Favorite Things Stamps has the cutest stamp set called Sending Sweet Celebration Wishes that makes the best birthday cards!

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I used three of the cute animals and the same basic layout to create the cards in this post.

For each card, I stamped the animal image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored them with Copic markers. I used the matching Sending Sweet Celebration Wishes dies and die cut around each animal.

The circles under each animal are die cut using the Scallops & Circles nesting dies from Unity Stamp Company.

I used a birthday embossing folder (similar to this or this) to emboss a piece of turquoise card stock and attached it to a white card for the card with the bunny. I attached a piece of patterned paper to a white card for the other 2 cards. Then for each card, I added a strip of coordinating patterned paper.

I used 2 of my favorite birthday stamps to stamp my sentiments on matching card stock. I used a label punch I’ve had forever on 2 of the cards (this is a great set of dies that are similar to my punch) and the smallest of the Wonky Stitched Rectangle dies from MFT Stamps on the penguin card.

I attached the sentiments and the die cut circles to the cards and then added the animals to the cards with foam tape.

They are fun little cards that came together quickly by using the same basic layout. And patterned paper is your friend to easily add a pop of color to your cards!

I also used this stamp set to make a couple of other cards that you can see in this post.

Try making several cards using the same layout with different color schemes. You will love how easy it is!

Anita

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