One of my friends at work is turning 65 this week and I told her I was going to make her a card that celebrated her special birthday. This is what I came up with.
For my 65 I used the Cricut Craft Room and the Craft Room Basics and the shadow feature to weld together the 65 purple base. I then cut the main layer out of a reddish pink card stock.Papers are from my stash. I sprayed the this layer with two coats of the Pink Glitter Dust Spray. My numbers were cut out at 4".
I used Scotch Quick Dry adhesive to adhere my number layers together. I also used the adhesive to attach my numbers to my card front.
My banner is cut from the Create-A-Critter 2 cartridge. (Kim can order this for you). I cut it at 3 1/4" out of some lime green card stock. I stamped my sentiment with some VersaMark embossing ink (Kim can probably get this for you). I formed my clear stamp so it followed the curve of the banner and stamped it. Since purple is my friends favorite color I embossed the image with some Presido Purple WOW! Embossing Powder. I attached my banner to my card using some 3D pop up glue dots. I used one glue dot on each end and two glue dots stacked in the middle so the banner has a wavy appearance.
This was a fun card to make. I hope you enjoyed it.
Monday, May 20, 2013
65th Birthday Card by Deanna M
Posted by Deanna Mulder at 12:00 AM
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Deanna your card is so darn cute. I love how you carefully chose papers for the card and the image to go so well together. Your co-worker is going to love it! Hugs, FranReplyDelete
Great card Deanna -- super cute!!!ReplyDelete
Awesome card Deanna!! :)ReplyDelete
Love the bright colors and the way you put it all together. I knw your friend will love this card.ReplyDelete