February 21, 2019

More Fun with Birthday Cheer

Hello and Happy Thursday my friends! I'm so glad you stopped by to hang out, I have a really cute card to share with you from our Facebook Live Sunday night. I am so in love with this fun birthday bundle, Birthday Cheer! I have been having so much fun playing with it, and I know you will too.
This fun card features the fun Joy Fold layout using lots of fun bright colors. I love the Joy Fold because it's like having a card inside of a card and provides a lot of opportunity with designs and layouts. But in this case, I really kept it pretty simple and just added a decorative cupcake border on the inside using the cupcake edgelit die from the coordinating thinlits. They're just too cute. This set contains a couple of edgelits, the cupcakes as well as the birthday gifts, which you could actually make Christmas gifts from during the holidays! I love being able to stretch my stamps and dies beyond the intended use and this set will absolutely let you do that. I mean really? Who doesn't love extra value added to their purchases?

I used bright cheery colors that I pulled from the fun designer series paper, How Sweet It Is also found in the Occasions Catalog. I am so loving the bright colors in this paper and they are PERFECT for making birthday cards. For the card base, I used Gorgeous Grape and for the insert "base", I used the bright and sunny Pineapple Punch. And to color my party hat, I used my Stampin' Blends markers in Flirty Flamingo and Highland Heather - easy peasy! And for the sentiment, I stamped it in Memento Tuxedo Black onto Whisper White and die cut it using the largest stitched square from the Stitched Shapes Framelit Dies. For measurements, please refer to my FB Live video found here.
 I hope you enjoyed today's card, and if you decide to give it a try, be sure to share your results, I would love to see! Again, thanks so much for stopping in to hang out with me.
Happy Stamping.

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