Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Handmade Birthday Girl Card

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July is a wonderful time to celebrate a birthday! I made this card and it has already been delivered to a special birthday girl.

I chose the digital stamp/sentiment "Birthday Girl" from Mo's Digital Pencil to feature on this card.

I printed the image and sentiment on white cardstock using my HP Photo Printer and Instant Ink.

I hand-colored the image with Copic Sketch markers and Winsor & Newton Promarkers/Brush markers. I love to mix and match my alcohol markers. I used a gold gel pen to color the crown and fill in the center of the flowers.

I cut out the image using a rectangular die with my die cutting machine. I framed the image with a piece of black cardstock. I used a die-cut corner embellishment in the lower right corner of the image.

I chose Glam Glitter Polka (The Paper Studio) for the background paper. I was very happy to find a pack of this paper on clearance at Hobby Lobby. The paper is very glittery but has a smooth surface, so it is easy to glue other paper to it.

I made a strip of scalloped white cardstock and put a strip of black cardstock down the center. I attached this to the center of the card. I finished the card with a colorful stitched banner from my stash.

I entered this card in the following challenges;
Bitten by the Bug 2: Banners Everywhere Challenge
Cupcake Inspirations Challenge #CIC474
Get Creative Challenges #82
Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge #281

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