Happy Birthday Gorgeous!

What type of card do you make most? Outside of my business, it is most certainly Birthday cards! What a lovely addition to a simple gift is a hand stamped birthday card, and this one was really quick and simple to make.
Simple hand stamped Birthday card using Happy Birthday Gorgeous from Stampin' Up!

One of my absolute favourite bundles in the new Annual catalogue is Happy Birthday Gorgeous! (I love it so much it is my Online Card Class for this month!). While I adore the swirly ‘Happy Birthday’ die, it is totally possible to make some pretty cards using just the stamp set.

The flowers in this stamp set just sung to me… pretty, girly, and small, great for a bit of an accent, and they are 2 step stamps too (another one of my favs!). The larger flowers here are stamped in Blushing Bride and then Flirty Flamingo, and the smaller ones are So Saffron and Crushed Curry.

Simple hand stamped Birthday card using Happy Birthday Gorgeous from Stampin' Up!

The Happy Birthday is stamped in Archival Basic Black, and I added some ink splatter with a Stampin’ Write marker… and this one is ready to hit the mail!


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Hannah McCurley

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