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Friday, August 12, 2011

Summer Birthday card

I've got a cheery birthday card for you today, with bees and flowers and happy birthday wishes :-)  I hope you are all having a good week!

Products Used on This Project feature Heartfelt Creations 



Other: Distress Ink Scattered Straw, Versafine Ink Black, Spica Glitter Pens, Sewing machine Copics used: Y06, Y17, RV10, R85
Card size is 4.25 x 5.5 Cut background size to layer over base out of tan cardstock.  Stamp with Basketweave background stamp, then crumple up and distress using light coloured distress ink.  Use sewing machine to add stitching along the edges, then adhere to base.  Stamp sentiment and then cut out with oval die cut, adhere to centre of card.  Stamp bee images, cut out with coordinating die cut and colour and then bend up wings.  Use glitter pen on wings.  Adhere body of the bees to the card leaving the wings uplifted.  Stamp the flowers, cut out with coordinating die cut, colour and adhere as shown.

12 comments:

  1. HEY love this card, great die, and loving the bees and flowers around it!

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  2. WOW!.. beautiful card!.. LOVE the flowers!.. they look soo life-like! :D

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  3. lovely card and beautiful colored.
    A Amazing work.
    Many Hugs from Marina

    Please visit my creative blog too.
    Bettyscardsandpaperdesign.blogspot.com

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  4. Very cheery card indeed! Love the little bees.

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  5. Beautiful card - I think this will be one of my favorite sentiments!

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  6. I love this happy, lovely card!

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  7. Beautiful Kristina, I love this sentiment and those adorable bees!
    Hugs,
    Marsha

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  8. Great card Kristina ....A agreat use of the basket weave background!
    Love your Bell from yesterday too.........so pretty with the soft ribbon and pretty flowers.

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  9. Such a pretty card! Beautiful details! Great job! Olena

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  10. Beautiful card, Kristina! I love the basketweave background and the bees!

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