(2013 c3) Birthday card

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAFor my card today I used stamps from Gina K Designs:the butterfly is from one of my old stampsets Hope Grows by Theresa Momber, and the Birthday sentiment is from my newest stampset from GinaK Designes called Many Wishes by Gina K (my first time to use this new stampset).

For the largest circle I cut out vellum with  Spellbinders Lacy Circles dies. and then distressed with Tim Holtz Distress ink. The top circle is actually 1 piece of paper that I spritzed with water and then embossed several different sized Lacy Circles dies with the brown embossing mat on my Big Kick, then I cut it out with the largest die. Then I distressed with Tim Holtz Distress inks, making it look like there are several layers.

Challenges Entered:

TheCraftsMeow:  January Sketch ChallengeTCM Sketches Jan 2013-03 seen on the right

StampTV: STV13MON1 – Lets Distress

SimonSays:  Something New

OurDailyBreadODBDSLC137 – Something Old & Something New

ThroughTheCraftroomDoor:  TTCRD Ch #52 – Anything Goes

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6 Comments

  1. Sarah Moerman

    Great card! Beautiful colors and layering! Thanks for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!

  2. How awesome that you were able to use this card in so many challenges. It’s just beautiful.

  3. Diana Nguyen

    What a great idea to use the smaller dies as embossers! Thanks for playing along with the Shining the Light challenge this week!

  4. Love the colors and details-beautiful!

  5. What a beautiful card!! I just love your colors and the butterfly! So elegant! Thanks for joining the ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week!!

  6. What a great sympathy card!! Thanks for sharing it with us at TTCRD!

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