Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Stampin' Up! ~ Simple Birthday Wishes

How about a clean and simple card today?  That's what I have to share with you.  We have a great sketch this week over at Try Stampin' or Not on Tuesday and I followed this one pretty closely.  I don't usually do that, so it was nice to just follow along and create something delicate.  Yes, that word comes to mind because everything on this card is so tiny!  I haven't used this stamp set much...at least not the flowers, so it was nice to put a little ink on them.

Make sure you head over to Try Stampin' HERE to check out the other great cards using this week's sketch.  If you get a chance we'd love to have you play along!

I loved making this card.  Even though it's a CAS card it took a little bit because I colored the flowers and leaves separately and stamped them 5 times (one of those times is on the inside).  I grabbed the inside piece of  a butterfly stamp from the set  Garden in Bloom and stamped it because I needed a small butterfly.  I drew his body and antennae and to finish off the card I added tiny pearls to each of the flowers and two on each of the butterflies (which covered the body I had just put on the butterfly! lol).  

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

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  1. This is such a sweet card and I love the soft colors. It could be used for so many different occasions. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.


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