Friday, August 28, 2015

Happy Birthday Wishes


Hi everyone,

Today I am sharing a card I created for a friend of my who celebrated her birthday this month. As my friend loves poppies, I wanted to use the Susan's Garden Garden Notes Poppy die set from Elizabeth Craft Designs.



As you can see I created a Pivot Card using the Katie Label Pivot Card die set designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs.

To decorate the edges of my card I used the Agatha Edges die set.



Here is the inside of my card, I added a poppy to each of the labels on the card. 

I wanted to use the new "A Way with Word" dies for the sentiment and I wanted it to say Birthday in there. As the Happy Birthday sentiment would have been too big for this card I decided to cut two of the Happy Birthday sentiments and cut apart the Happy and Birthday. I used the Happy on the front of the card and the Birthday on the inside. I also used the Wishes from the Best Wishes die set.

After cutting apart the Happy from the birthday ... the "h" in the word birthday was a little messy, so I cut another "h" from the word wishes and added it to the word birthday ... it fitted perfectly.



Here is a look at my card from the back.


Paper: White; Red; Green; Black; Fancy Pants Designs Indian Summer Designer Paper 12 x 12
Dies: Katie Label Pivot Card; Agatha Edges - designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Happy Birthday; Best Wishes - designed by Suzanne Cannon for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Garden Notes Poppy - designed by Susan's Garden for Elizabeth Craft Designs
Other ECD Products; Transparent Double Sided Adhesive Tape 104mm; Gold Shimmer Sheetz



4 comments:

  1. Such a gorgeous card Frances.... Your friend will love this!!!

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  2. Beautiful card! Great job finessing the "h"! I'm glad it worked!

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  3. beautifully feminine......love the red and yellow.....bright and happy

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  4. Wow Frances - just WOW. This is an amazing card. Now I have to add the 'Best Wishes' to my wish list, after seeing how you used it here. :-)

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