Monday, October 6, 2014

Ava Loves to Celebrate B'day Card

Here's a wonderful birthday card for a Grand Niece who is officially in her teens. Great years!!! "young" but more mature and girly. It is using the Stampingbella Uptown Girl Ava loves to celebrate - the site can be found here. (Note: this stamp may not be available any longer but there are many others that are very whimsical, too.) Recollections Cupcake Designer Paper for the mat. Core-dinations Chocolate Brown card stock, Recollections Pink card stock, Recollections White card stock are the papers used. Finished card size is 6x6.
Copic colors used: E00, E01, E11, E21, E13, E15, E18, YG17, W1, W3, W5, W7, R20, R81, R83, R85. A Stampin-Up Paper piercer template used around the white card stock mat. Simple Stories Snap 6x6 Paper Pack Pink Dot paper
La-la Land Crafts Lattice Doily Border die found hereIn  between the strips of Brown card stock are adhesive rhinestones.
White Organdy 5/8" Ribbon, Pink Crystal Flowers are positioned on each corner. Use a paint brush to twist the end of the flowers around it instead of cutting it off.
Here's a look at the gift package with an adhesive rhinestone on the bow.
 Papertrey Ink Wet Paint Cuts die found here, matted on white card stock, pierced, then popped with foam squares.
Card inside:  Papertrey Ink Text Block Birthday die found here. It is cut using Brown card stock with a white card stock background.  Another mat next to it will be used for the personalized message.
A Pink Crystal Flowers is positioned at the bottom of the die cut message . Again, use a paint brush to twist the end of the flowers around it instead of cutting it off.
Another Pink Crystal flower is at the top of the right mat:
Thank you for stopping by today.


Lisa Lara said...

Super cute Patti. I love that die you used behind your image.

Jan Castle said...

I resigned up and it took it, so we will wait and see. Cute card Patti!!!

Lynn said...

This is an awesome card that any teen girl would love. I'm sure she'll save it for a long time...I would! Thank you for sharing your talent.

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