Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Lovely Birthday

Good Morning!

A simple little card to share with you today.  A pretty card.  A birthday card.

 
I used the stamp and die sets from Papertrey Ink, Daydreamer and Vintage Linens.  Stamping a leafy image in Antique Linen ink I created my background.  I then stamped the large blossom and 2 leaf images and die cut them.  Inks in Pink Pirouette and Wild Wasabi.  These images are a 2nd generation stamp, so I then topped them with Versa Mark ink and White Embossing Powder, heat sealed.
 
 
Tossed on a few 'randomly' placed iridescent sequins and the card was complete.
 
Simple.
 
Pretty.
 
Birthday.
 
I am entering this card in the following Challenges:
 
Papertrey Ink, Color Isolation
Simon Says Wednesday, Happy Birthday
Stamping Sensations, One For The Girls
Penny Black, Birthdays
WOW! Embossing Powders, Heat Embossing
 
Thanks so much for popping in!  Have a happy day!
 
Enjoy~~

 


23 comments:

  1. LOVE this....great take on the challenge, I can't wait to play. I really like how you did the background with the 2nd generation stamping and then heat embossing. And that pretty pink flower right in the middle is perfect. Gorgeous card...simple and elegant.

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  2. It is very pretty! Love the CAS feel to this card.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Penny Black & More this month.
    Lynn x
    DT

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  3. A lovely card Donna, a super background with a beautiful flower and details!!

    hugs
    Heather xx
    Tnaks so much for using us with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

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  4. I love the soft background you created; it looks lovely behind your pretty flower.

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  5. It so much fun to see how soft you can create a background as you did here, and then have that pop of color. Love the Vintage Linens stamped flower. That is all it needs.

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  6. Beautiful card! Love the subtle leafy backdrop for the gorgeous pink bloom.

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  7. Another lovely card Donna, many thanks for sharing a second piece with us at Penny Black and More challenges.

    B x

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  8. Love that pale background leaf topped with that fabulous flower. Pink deliciousness.

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  9. This is sooooo pretty Donna!! Love the pale background you created for that beautiful pink flower.

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  10. Two of my favorite stamp sets and together they made an absolutely beautiful card...love it! :0)

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  11. This is a VERY lovely, pretty, birthday card! The neutral background is the perfect backdrop to your gorgeous flower!

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  12. Mmmmm! beautiful! I love the stamp you used on the background!! such an elegant background for you lovely flower!

    Patti

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  13. Great idea for the challenges, Donna! I think this is another "favorite" of your cards for me. Love, love LOVE that background with the pretty flower on top. Really gorgeous.

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  14. A fabulous feminine creation, Donna! Thanks for joining us at Stamping sensations this month and good luck!

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  15. Gorgeous, Donna! Can see this color isolation technique can be used in so many different ways and combinations. Your fabulous flower really looks good with your light background.

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  16. Oh my, this is gorgeous! That pink flower is gorgeous against your soft background. P.S. I think I need that pink ink!

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  17. What a stunning creation! Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations.
    Pinky

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  18. Gorgeous card! Love the flower and how placed it on the card! So pretty!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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