Birthday Card

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Back again!  Hopefully everyone had a wonderful Easter!!! I love this time of year with all of the flowers starting to bloom and the weather getting warmer. On to the card...

This is another card that my sister and I made for her to raise money for March of Dimes.  These were a big hit - partially because of the versatility that they have.  They could be used for males or females, children or adults.  They're perfect for everyone!

A not so spectacular picture again!

I originally saw a card like this at Inking it Up Crazy with Kassidy.  I think her's is much cuter, as we didn't have time to do any doodling, but it still turned out pretty cute!

Here's how I made it:
* Card Base - Art Philosophy - Real Dial Size 4.25"
* Card Mat (green) - Art Philosophy - 4"
* Card Mat (white) - 3.5"- embossed with Cuttlebug Spots and Dots
* Hat - Stork's Delivery - 3" (trimmed off the bottom part)
* Stampendous Birthday Assortment Stamp Set
* Paper Studio Gem
* Art Deco Glitter Paint
* Momento Black Ink
* Offray Orange Ribbon
* Scraps of Blue and White Paper
**All paper is by The Paper Studio**

I used the Art Deco Glitter Paint (I mentioned in my last post) on this one too.  I think you might be able to see it in this project.I love the different card choice on the Art Philosophy Cartridge.  I will be back again in a few days with another wonderful card, so be sure to check back!  *~*Thanks for stopping by*~*

5 sparkly comments:

Rhonda Emery said...

this is really cute card. just to let you know you have won first place at decorate to celebrate with your banner for last challenge.
Please get ahold of me so I can get started on your free mini album of choice. email me at with your idea and address please. congrats and hugs

Missy said...

What a cute birthday card, the bright, fun color combo looks terrific!

Georgiana said...

Super cute and what a great cause!

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Norma said...

Very cute birthday card Tiffany and I LOVE the added bling on the hat and the bright colors!! TFS

Steve Paul said...

why shouldn't you work using Plastic Cards printing it is much better option to make it more creative.

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