Birthday card created using Stampin’ Up Birch, which was stamped using crumb cake. The flowers are from Stampin’ Up Bloom & Grow, which I colored with copic markers and then adhered with dimensionals.
Encouragement card created using Stampin’ Up Dandelion Wishes. The background was distress oxide inks brushed on, then I heat embossed the stamp and sentiment. The inside sentiment on the left is from Stampin’ Up Hold On To Hope and the one on the right is from Stampin’ Up Ribbon of Courage.
Front of this birthday card was created using Stampin’ Up Perennial Essence designer paper. I cut the design with the Stampin’ Up Detailed Bands dies on which I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment from SU Amazing You. The inside of the card was stamped with SU Amazing Life.
Birthday card for a veteran who is turning 92 later this month. Card was created using Colorado Craft Company “Lovely Legs ~ Military Strong” for the military man. The sentiment is from Stampin’ Up “Painter’s Palette.” The military man and sentiment were adhered to a piece of vellum. Under the vellum I used Deep Red “United We Stand,” which I heat embossed with gold embossing powder. To cover the vellum adhesive, I topped it with a piece of red/white/blue ribbon.
Birthday card for a fellow crafter, created using Stampin’ Up Crafting Forever. All were colored and fussy cut.
Birthday card created using Stampin’ Up A Good Man and Thoughtful Branches. The ground and the sky were created by rubbing the ink pad across the card stock. Sentiment is from A Good Man.
Encouragement card created using Simon Says Stamp Gerber Daisy background stamp. I colored it with copic markers G82, YG03, Y35, YR14, YR02, RV69, R39, E00, E0000, E23, E15 and G29. Sentiment is from scrapbook.com and called Hugs for You, which I attached with dimensionals. The sentiment inside, which is from the same stamp set says “Wish I could be there to hug you in person right this very minute.”