Mar 19, 2020

Happy Birthday Card

Hello Crafty Friends - Annie here with a simple birthday card.

You can personalize the card by using the person's initials instead of the H and B for happy birthday,

I die cut all the components and trimmed some yellow cardstock for a card front panel. 

From the yellow cardstock, I die cut and H and B. I then adhered the yellow cardstock panel to the card base. Using some foam adhesive I replace the H and B back into the die-cut areas.

Next, I adhered the layers of the flowers together.

Then, I adhered the flowers, leaves, and sprig onto the card.

Next, I stamped the sentiment onto a white banner and adhered it to the card using some foam adhesive. I added a few gold sequins and some white gems to the center of the flowers for a nice finishing touch.

Now the card is complete!

Materials Used
Cheapo Dies - Font - Newsprint

Sue Wilson Designs - Finishing Touches - Faux Quilled Blooms

Sue Wilson Designs - Finishing Touches - Striped Nasturtiums

Lawn Fawn - Spring Sprig Dies

Lawn Fawn - Ahoy, Matey Stamps

Thank you for stopping by the blog today. I hope you found some inspiration!

Before I write the list of the supplies I used, I wanted to share some exciting news with you. Dies R Us now has a sister store called Didi Crafts, which has warehouses located in the USA and Canada. Didi Crafts carries some of the same products as Dies R Us, but most are different and you will be able to purchase a huge variety of crafty supplies for a variety of crafts. Having this sister store means that our Canadian crafting friends won't have to worry about huge taxes or shipping fees. Isn't that great?! Go take a peek and be pleasantly surprised!

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1 comment:

  1. Very pretty! I love the raised H and B with the Happy Birthday banner over them.


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