Birthday Cards

Happy Birthday

Happy Sunday!

Can’t believe it’s already August! Today’s card features Simon Says Stamp and Center Cut Flowers stamp set.


I stamped the Center Cut flowers with VersaMark, Water Mark Ink Pad onto a Bristol Smooth card stock and heated embossing with Hero Arts, white embossing powder.  Then, I watercolored the flowers with Zig Clean Color Real Brush. I waited for it to  completely dry and added a few drops of Nuvo Crystal Drops on.

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Birthday Cards, Fun Cards

Smile Card

Good morning and Happy Sunday everyone!

Today’s card I used all My Favorite Things products.  I created the background first by blending three Distress Oxide inks onto a four by five and a quarter inches Neenah Solar White #110 pounds card stock.  Then, I stamped the Radiating Halftone background stamp with Versa Mark watermark stamp pad onto the Distress Oxide ink background.  I also sprayed some Sheer Shimmer Spritz onto the background to make it shiny.


I die cut the Smile sentiment from the background and cut three extra layers from #110 pound Neenah card stock and stacked them to make the sentiment raised up.  I colored the Birthday Chicks with Copic markers and placed them where I wanted them to be.  Then, I stamped and heated embossing the “enjoy your special day” sentiment with Versa Fine onyx black ink pad and Hero Arts clear embossing powder.


I hope you like the card I made today and enjoy your Sunday.  Thanks for stopping by my blog and see you all next time!




My Favorite Things:  Birthday Chicks Stamps Set, Radiating Halftone Background Stamp, Smile Sentiment Die.   Distress Oxide Inks:  wore lipstick, candied apple and carved pumpkin.  Copic Markers, Y02, Y13, Y15, Y18, R20, RV13, BG000, BG15 and V17.  Ink pads: Versa Mark, watermark pad and VersaFine, Onyx Black.  Hero Arts, clear embossing powder and Imaginecrafts, Sheer Shimmer Spritz.



Birthday Cards

Happy Birthday

Hello! This is a birthday card I made using the Waffle Flower Hello Stamp Set.  I was thinking it would be cute to have a boy and a cat peaking through the car, so I pulled out my Cricut machine and cranked out the car.  For the background, I used the Radiating Rays stencil from My Favorite Things, blended with Distress Oxide Ink. I decided to put two balloons hanging behind the car and stamped my sentiment there.  I had so much fun making this card!


Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a wonderful day! See you next time!