Birthday Cards

Happy, Happy Birthday Cards!!!!

This was using my blendabilitie markers from Stampin up. 
Watercolour back ground technique

Found these awesome puffy owl stickers at the dollar store on day. So cute. 

I love layering for that 3D effect.

Super easy emblishments, adding pink buttons to look like cherries

                                                                      This is a super easy layout, you can change the texture of the background or even the color to be versatile for a Guy or Girl, and I added Stickles for a sparkly look to the icing on the cupcake.

This was defiantly was an experimental card, I used different coloured ink pads to make the layers mountains and embossed with clear embossing powder. Then stamped the snowboarder on top and sponged in the sky. Also for the powders snow from the board I used a sponge and embossed with white. It's has multiple layers of embossing powder. 

I love the large fabric flowers with a puffy centre.

                                                                     These also make great everyday note cards, Just using one stamp multiple times in different color's or you can use the same color.
                     This is one of the cards I made for one of my swaps, using retired Stampin Up products.
Love this stamp, I used flower soft to make the hedge hog fuzzy and crystal effects on the balloons to make them shiny.

This card I learned the hard way, I did the stencil and then used and needle and embroidery thread to sew the flower, stem and leaf. Better to do the sewing the adhere it to the card. That way you can't see the back where you stitched everything together. Trial and error and then a cool looking card. 
Love using buttons and 3D adhesives to make the little things stand out.

      Used a transparency for the brocade side, embossed the pink paper with the polka dot cuttle bug folder, lace ribbon to divide the two and a paper flower with a pink flower brad to tie it all together.

Another card that is so versatile just by changing the color's.

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