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Monday, January 10, 2011

Happy Birthday

Hi Guys

Todays offering is a birthday card made for my niece who is 8 today.

On a base of Whisper White (page 85) with doodling in Pear Pizzazz (page81) around the edge I have used the Celebrations papers (page 89).  The strip at the back has been matted onto Bashful Blue (page 83) with the dotty piece being matted onto Pacific Point (page 82).  The piece that her name is on is a sticker from the Celebrations stickers (page 92).  For the bunting I have used Party This Way (page 31) with Pacific Point ink (page 82) and for her name I have used the Broadsheet Alphabet (page 76) in Real Red (page 82).  To string the bunting together I punched holes using the 1/16"handheld punch (page106) and then I have used Linen Thread (page 96) to 'hang' it.  I have then used two buttons from The Designer Buttons Brights (page 98).  The ribbon is Real Red Satin (page 96), I have achieved this effect by using sticky strip on the dotty layer and then sticking the ribbon down and then manipulate it left and sticking and then right and sticking.  Here is a video I found on You Tube for you to see how it is done.

For her age I have used the Schoolbook Serif Numbers (page 77) in Bashful Blue (page 83) onto a 1 3/8" circle (page 106) and then onto a Scallop Circle (page 105) which I curled the scallops on to give it a bit of dimension.

I hope you like and until next time

Happy Crafting

Emma xx


  1. This is stunning Emma Im sure Grace will love it!

  2. Happy BIrthday Grace and you a lucky girl to have such a clever Aunty!! Nice one Emma! Zx


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