March 29, 2014

Let's Celebrate!

Hi!  So this time I'm not waiting a week and a half to do another post!  :-). I've got a quick and easy card that you could use for almost any occasion.  In this case I made a birthday card.

So, I stamped my bubble circle (Neat and Tangled from Party Dots set) three times along the edge of my card.  I used three colours of StazOn ink, Olive, Dove Gray and Royal Purple.  Then I stamped my sentiment in Jet Black.  The sentiment is made up from three stamps.  The  " Let's Celebrate" is by Neat and Tangled also from the same set.  The "Its Your" and "Birthday" are from two different stamps by Scrappy Cat.  I performed al little surgery on them to get the words I wanted.  Have you ever done that with your clear stamps?  Cut a part off to separate the part you want to make stamping it easier?  The first time feels so wrong but it works so well!  It gets easier each time you do it.  :-). As you can see I made a matching envelope for the card too.

I'm linking up to the following challenges:

The Card Concept - make a birthday card.  I suppose this falls under the clean and graphic category.  :-). Could be clean and simple too though.
Little Tangles - "don't forget the envelope". (Make a matching envelope)

Well, all for now.  Have a lovely day and thanks for stopping by!


  1. This is a great CAS card, love the color combination! Your inkinkz neighbor at The Card Concept...

  2. What a wonderful card/envelope set! Thanks for playing along with the Little Tangles Challenge!

  3. Great idea to stamp the circles on the edge. Looks so fun. Thanks for playing along with us in the Little Tangels challenge and hope to see you again.

  4. Fun card! What an unusual stamp, with so many creative possibilities! The border you made with it is perfect for a contemporary card. Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Card Concept!

  5. cool, love your blog name!

  6. Such a class card and envelope set! Thanks for joining the challenge!

  7. How simply pretty! I really like the image you chose, the colors, and your sentiment is wonderful!


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