Sale-a-Bration Birthday Card

While this card used a variety of stamp sets, it does use one from the Sale-a-bration catalog, even though it only part of the set. I used the text from the Beautiful Peacock set, found in the Sale-a-bration catalog. I am becoming more and more fond of the sets in the Sale-a-bration catalog as well as in the Occasions catalog because they are so fun and versatile. Enough chat…here’s the card:

Delightful Daisy/Beautiful Peacock

When creating this card, I used Beautiful Peacock and Delightful Daisy stamp sets, Pink Pirouette, Whisper White and Delightful Daisy Designer Series Papers, Basic Black, Daffodil Delight Pumpkin Pie, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive Garden Green and Soft Suede Inks,  Basic Rhinestones, Daisy Punch, and Dimensionals. The Daisy punch made creating the 4 layers of the flower quick and easy to put together. The butterfly is inked with the “rock-n-roll” technique, which is one of my favorite inking techniques.

Quick, simple…and cute.

Here’s another quick and simple birthday card that I put together.

This card is created using Butterfly Basic stamp set, Old Olive, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, and Easter Palace Designer Series papers, Pacific Point and Old Olive inks, fine tip glue, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Scalloped Edge Tag Topper punch, Basic Pearls, and 1/8″ Silver Ribbon, and Snail adhesive. Dragging the Very Vanilla card stock across the Old Olive ink pad gives the edges of the paper some “texture” so it stands out from the Eastern Palace paper.

Creating the pocket for the tag makes an interactive card sure to please anyone who receives this card.

To purchase any of the items listed in making these cards, or any Sale-a-Bration or Occasions stamp sets, click on the “shop with me” button on the right, or at the top of my blog, or click here.

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