22nd Birthday ~ card

This is a CASE (Copy And Share Everything) Card. When I saw it in one of the Facebook groups it was already a CASE, so I have no idea who to give credit to, but I loved it and I knew I had to make one! So, I made this one to celebrate my daughter’s 22nd birthday.

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This is a A7 card.

Materials used on the making of this card:

Pink Pirouette Cardstock

Very Vanilla Cardstock

numbers4cake stamp set by TSOL

Hardwood background stamp

Petite Petals stamp set

Petite Petals punch

2″ circle punch

Elegant Eggplant Ink

Sunflower Yellow by Dew Drop Brilliance

Pearlescent Orchid by Dew Drop Brilliance

Pearlescent Purple by Dew Drop Brilliance

Pearlescent Lavender by Dew Drop Brilliance

Pearlescent Thyme by Dew Drop Brilliance

Liquid glue

 

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Quick notes:

I stamped the numbers, then punched them out with the circle punch. After that I glued it on my background.

Then I just stamped a bunch of flowers with different inks, and punched them out, layering them around my circle. Nice and easy!

 

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Feel free to pin, like, share, tweak, adapt, be inspired, or just contact me if there is anything I can help with.

In Love & Gratitude,
Denise, xx

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Thanks! ~ Card

Hi!

One of my birthday gifts was the Paris to London stamp set by Tim Holtz, and I’m loving it!

Here is one of the cards I already made.

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This is a A7 card.

Materials used on the making of this card:

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Quick notes:

I started by stamping the flag with Aged Mahogany distress ink, as many times as needed until the card is filled.

I then stamped the Big Ben twice with Vintage Photo distress ink.

The guard and the word ‘London’ were stamped with Black Soot distress ink.

I distressed a piece of scrap paper with the Aged Mahogany distress ink, stamped the word ‘thanks’, inked the edges with Vintage Photo distress ink, and punched it out with the Oval Large punch.

Because I used a dark cardstock, I added a white layer on the inside.

I used liquid glue to assemble all the layers

 

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Feel free to pin, like, share, tweak, adapt, be inspired, or just contact me if there is anything I can help with.

In Love & Gratitude,
Denise, xx