Bit again - Happy Birthday

Here is another card I made from the fun Tate and I had experimenting with my Cuttlebug. If you are wondering, Connie, the card is at an angle so you can see the embossing better and the prisma glitter on the package showed up better at this angle. As you can tell, my sister and I tease each other a lot. If you scroll down and look at the comments under yesterday's thank you card, you will see she put a comment begging for you to ask for measurements. Well, she signed it "my favorite sister". Those of you who know me well, know I only have one sister, HER! She thinks that if I had another one, she would be my favorite. She would always try to get me to do things for her when we were young by telling me I was her favorite sister. HAHA! It didn't work. I might be younger, but I'm not naive...LOL!

Back to the card, I made this card to show how to use CTMH adhesive sheets and prisma glitter at the upcoming all day crop I have planned on July 7th. If you live in or around Omaha, NE and would like to attend, I would love to have you come. It should be as much fun you can have for 15 straight hours of scrapping.

I used the following materials to create this card (all products are CTMH unless noted):

  1. Party Blocks (retired) stamp set - a good substitute would be Celebration Blocks
  2. Happy Birthday stamp set
  3. Outdoor Denim cardstock
  4. White Daisy cardstock
  5. Rough 'N Tumble paper pack - level 2
  6. Sunkiss Yellow cardstock
  7. Cranberry cardstock
  8. Cranberry ink
  9. Sunny Yellow ink
  10. Cranberry Bigger Brads
  11. Cranberry Sassy Strands
  12. Prisma Glitter
  13. Adhesive Sheets
  14. Ribbon Accents Dimensional Elements
  15. Cuttlebug (non-CTMH)
That's all folks! Wow! Too many cartoons with my kids.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
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2 comments:

Connie said...

Cool card! but I still don't see any measurements!

Wendy said...

Don't forget to press on the picture to make it bigger. The details of the embossing show up so much better if you do it.