My design for my step-son’s birthday, which is December 26th, so we always try to make sure to separate it from Christmas celebrations. Wine bottle and wine glasses are from Stampin’ Up’s Half Full set and stamped on vellum, which is then colored with distress markers.
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up birthday thinlets. Background sponged using distress oxide inks. Sailboat from Stampendous.
I love the look of this eclipse technique. Birthday card for my daughter-in-law, using Stampin’ Up Large letters and Colorful Seasons leaf stamp. Sentiment from Stampin’ Up Birthday Blossoms. Leaves were heat embossed using copper embossing powder then colored with markers.
Birthday card using eclipse technique. Brushed distress oxide inks on watercolor card stock. Stamped using Stampin’ Up Vintage Leaves, then heat embossed with copper embossing powder. Watercolored leaves using markers and waterbrush. Birthday is from Stampin’ Up Celebrate Today and was stamped and heat embossed. “Happy” cut from cardstock and brown fun foam, using MFT alphabet dies.
Eclipse technique using Stampin’ Up Happy Birthday thinlets. The sentiment was covered with glossy accents. Balloons and cat cut using Stampin’ Up punches.
(Note – I probably should have chosen an easier die for the first time doing this technique)
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up High Tide and From Land To Sea, along with Stampendous Sailboat. Ribbon with sentiment made using Brother P-touch Embellish. Background done using watercolors on Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor cardstock.
Pop-up birthday card using Stampendous Poised Peacock.
When a loved one is an artist, you hope their birthday card is worthy. This one was made using Stampin’ Up Painter’s Palette, with sentiment from Stampin’ Up Birthday Blossoms. The art canvas was sponged with Distressed Oxide inks before stamping the sentiment and flowers. Background paper is Blanc Boutique from The Paper Studio.
Birthday card for my brother-in-law using Hero Arts Enjoy The Journey.
Birthday card for my husband. Found templates for the apron and the utensils. Cut four layers of the utensils and glued them together to give them some depth. Heat embossed over gel pen ink for the apron pocket.