Simple birthday card created using Stampin’ Up dies from Birthday Blast and Celebrate You.
Birthday card for my soon-to-be 12 year old grandson, who received his first gaming system for Christmas. Game controller is die from MFT Die-namics and “Happy Birthday” is die from Elizabeth Craft Designs.
Made my first interactive card today. If you look closely, you can see the clear cellophane that moves the truck. Stamp set used is Stampin’ Up Lovely as a tree.
A birthday card created using Stampin’ Up Lilypad Lake. I brushed the background using distress oxide inks, I stamped the crane, lily pad and boats and colored them with Chameleon markers.
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up Country Home, which I colored with Chameleon markers and fussy cut. I glued cotton from cotton balls on the card. I used a Friskars crimper to make the first (white) layer, so the milk can and flowers are adhered with dimensionals.
Birthday card created with Stampin’ Up Jar of Love
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up Happy Birthday thinlets. Covered the words with glossy accents for shine. The DSP has golden anchors, which was layered on the same gold card stock the words were cut from.
Birthday card using Tulip Bouquet from The Ton, colored with watercolor brushes. Sentiment from Stampin’ Up Painted Glass.
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up Cake Soiree. The DSP is also from SU, but I don’t remember the name of it.
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up Corner Garden and Happy Birthday thinlits. Stamped Corner Garden and colored with copic markers. Layered a piece of vellum over this to make it appear more translucent. Sponged card stock with distress oxide inks and then cut out the sentiment.