Oct 17, 2016

Happy Birthday Floral

Good Monday Morning, Donna Phelan here. 
Today I have a Birthday card to share with you!


My card uses a beautiful Happy Birthday die not available, but there are a couple in the Dies R Us Store that would work really well with this design. 



 

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I ran my white base card stock through my Big Shot using a Swiss Dots Embossing folder to add texture.  And then I cut out the center with a Die-Namics Stitched Rectangle die. 

Another comparable choice would be the Elizabeth Craft Designs Stitched Rectangles




I layered my Happy Birthday die 3 times in black, green and white card stocks.  By adding the black on the base it POPS off of the pretty pink Designer Paper.  Plus it adds a little bit more oomph!



I really have fallen in love with this Dogwood Blossom Corner by Poppystamps.  It's so delicate and beautiful!  I cut it once from green card stock and then again in pink, snipping the blossoms off and  layering them right on to the green.  Again, adding a bit more oomph. 


Thanks for popping in!

Enjoy~~

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5 comments:

  1. Such a pretty card Donna! I especially love the layering of the sentiment, (which looks like painted chipboard - fantastic!) a great tip re the black, it really makes it pop! The delicate and pretty blossom corner makes a perfect frame for it too. Great inspiration, thank you.

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  2. This is such a stunning card Donna! You certainly did pack a lot of "oomph" into this beauty. The layered sentiment is awesome!! I totally love this!!

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  3. Wonderful tip about layering the sentiment die in black first..........I need to remember to do that from now on. Gorgeous card with pretty colors.

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  4. That is gorgeous, love the papers you used and the layering of the sentiment is very cool too, great contrast!

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  5. What a beautiful creation Donna! Thanks for all the wonderful tips & tricks ... your comparisons are equally appreciated. I particularly like the shadowbox affect you've achieved ... wonderful inspiration ... thanks!

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