Have a Beautiful Birthday

I know I mentioned this earlier in the month, but I have quite a few family birthdays coming up, and I know that the most commonly made type of greetings card is a birthday card, so you will be seeing many more birthday care inspiration coming from me over the next few months (when I’m not thinking about Christmas!)

Stampin' Up! UK Birthday Blossoms 2nd Generation Stamping

This card uses the Birthday Blossoms Stamp Set, that I quite simply just adore! It is the perfect mix of delicate and sketchy, and it coordinates with a couple of punches too!

I kept this card super simple, sticking to just Mint Macaron ink and Whisper White card stock, with the variation in colour coming from the stamping technique used. This card features Second Generation Stamping, to create a layered effect with the flowers and leaves. This is super simple to do; ink up your chose stamp and stamp it off once (or twice for an even paler version) onto some scrap paper before stamping onto your project.

Keeping it simple with a sentiment from the stamp stamp set and three trio’s of Jewel Rhinestones

A beautiful card for James’ Beautiful Grandma



 

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Hannah Wilks

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