Sunday, November 11, 2018

November 2018 Kre8tors Blog Hop | Theme: Birthday


Welcome to the November 2018 Kre8tors Blog Hop! This month's theme is Birthdays. I have one of those easy but striking birthday cards to share with you today. It all started with a sketch challenge I made a card for but never entered it. Life got in the way somehow. It can do that sometimes. 😂🤣🤪


The Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set has been my favorite birthday set for this year. I have had
so much fun with all of the cards I have created with it. So this is the sketch I used to Kre8te this card.

I started by stamping the Blueberry Bushel Bow, stamping off once. This is a two-step set, so the shadow stamp was stamped with Blueberry Bushel at full strength. Then I stamped the sentiment with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I used the largest Stitched Shapes Circle Framelit to die cut the circle. I decided to add a Scalloped Circle underneath in Granny Apple Green to make it pop. The Card Front is from the 2018-2020 In Color 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper pack. Using the Layering Circles Framelits I chose a circle die that was slightly larger that my Scalloped Circle and die cut the Card Front. The card Front is popped up with Foam Adhesive Strips. Then I adhered the completed Circles to the Card Front in the circular open space. I stamped a sentiment onto the Inside Layer  and add some DSP to the Envelope Flap. I also added some Basic Rhinestones to the Circles. I hope you try this sketch out yourself. It was a lot of fun.

Now you can hop on over to Linda Handford's blog and see what kind of Birthday Card Inspiration she has for you today.


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8 comments :

  1. Lovely card! The scalloped circle adds a great touch of color!

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  2. Pretty card - I love the blue! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Nice card, Jan! I like how you stamped the sentiment over the bow.

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  4. perfect colors, love how this turned out. And, it is a neutral card that could be used for anyone.

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  5. Such a lovely card, simple and beautiful! Those are some of my most favorite cards! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely project with us today! So glad you are part of our hop!

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  6. I like inky and artsy, but love bright and clean too! This is a beautiful, happy, bright card and I wish it was my birthday and it would be in my mailbox ;o)

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  7. Simply stunning card design. Love the way you used the designer series paper. It really makes the card pop. :)

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