December 3, 2016

It's a Stylized Birthday!

 
Well happy Saturday! Today we celebrate my mother in laws birthday. It was actually Monday, but today, we are all off from work and able to all get together to celebrate with her. She's a great lady and loved by all that's for sure. I'm so blessed that I don't have one of "those" mother in laws. You know, the ones that horror stories are made from. She's just the sweetest lady. And you would never guess she's turned 80 years young!
So here is the card I made for her.
 
 

Supplies:
Paper: Night of Navy Cut 11" x 4 1/4"  and scored and folded at 5 1/2"; Petals and Paisley's DSP cut 5 1/4" x 4" (the Rich Razzleberry tone on tone); 2" x 4" (the paisley piece) and 2" x 5 1/4" (Night of Navy banner); Night of Navy - enough to cut the largest scalloped circle from the Layered Circle framelits; Very Vanilla - enough to stamp Happy Birthday and cut with the largest stitched circle from the Stitched Shapes framelits; Night of Navy cut 2 1/4" x 4 1/8"
Stamp set: Stylized Birthday
Ink: Night of Navy
Misc: Banner Triple Punch, Big Shot, Layered Circle Framelits, Stitched Shape Framelits

Directions:
Adhere the Rich Razzleberry DSP to the card base then layer the paisley piece to the Night of Navy panel and adhere to the bottom portion of the card using Snail adhesive. Next, banner one end of the Night of Navy DSP and adhere that to the center of the card with Snail adhesive. Then, using the largest scalloped circle in the Layering Circles collection, cut the Night of Navy. Stamp the Happy Birthday in Night of Navy ink onto Very Vanilla cardstock and cut it out using the largest circle framelit in the Stitched Shapes collection and layer with the scalloped circle you cut. Adhere that to the front of your card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
I hope you enjoyed this card. I love to hear from you so please feel free to leave me your comments. Have a great day and happy stamping,







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