Friday, March 14, 2014

Birthday Cards

I decided to make up a few birthday cards and have them handy since I'm always forgetting.  These are just a few of the ones I have made so far. Hopefully this year, I will be better about sending them out in a timely manner. I really despise giving store bought cards unless I don't like you....then store bought card it is!!! Hahahahaha. Thank goodness the list of people I don't really care for is non-existent at this point!

                         Thank you for looking and Enjoy!              
                                          Cardstock: DCWV Shimmer Stack
Spellbinders 3D-M Bossabilities folder
Spellbinders labels 18 die
Justrite Stamp - Live, Love, Laugh labels
I used the Tim Holtz distressing tool on top of the embossing
Cardstock: ??? I can't remember where I got the gold because I've had it for years. Sorry
Recollections Cream cardstock for background, edges inked with a Gold Wink of Stella Marker
Spellbinders 3-D M-Bossabilities folder
Justrite Stamps - Special Gifts labels
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Cardsrock: DCWV Glitzy Glitter Stack
Justrite Grand Birthday Sentiments with white heat embossing
Spellbinders Gold Majesty Circles die



Cardstock: Graphic 45 The three R's
Tim Holtz Ornate Clock die
Graphic 45 Stamp and die cut
EK Success Linked Circle Chain Punch








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Cardstock: October Afternoon Capture The Flag Collection
Happy Birthday cut with Silhouette Cameo
I used my Copic markers to color this card. Although is doesn't show on here, the brown part of the bird is highlighted with a brown Wink Of Stella marker to give it an extra shimmer.

3 comments:

  1. Just saw your cards over at Sheila's blog and had to come here to tell you how amazing I think they are. Wow, the bling, the embossing, the shine!!! Of course I'm loving the embossing especially and all the embellishments. So much work - and just beautiful, Danita.

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  2. your cards are beautiful as always! I love how you do the color on color, mine never looks right when I do it!

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