Friday, October 2, 2009

Birthday Love

Awhile back I made this birthday card. I had some scraps left over and sitting on my desk and I am finally getting around to using them! Here is another birthday card, decidedly more feminine than the other one. All pieces except the sentiment were already sitting on my desk ready to be used. The sentiment is from two different stamps in the Fundamental Phrases set and I "accidentally" lined them up very close to one another, but I liked how they looked, so I kept them that way! I should have used my Stampa-ma-jig!

I hope you enjoy looking at my paper crafting and I hope you will leave a comment. I enjoy reading each and every one.

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Shopping List:
Cardstock: Basic Gray, Night of Navy, Whisper White, Bermuda Bay
Stamps: Circle Circus, Fundamental Phrases
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Night of Navy
Accessories: Big Shot, Texturz Plates, Polka Dot Grossgrain Ribbon, Modern Label Punch

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Have a great weekend!


Kris Kilcoyne said...

I love these colors together, Patti!

Martha said...

Ooooh! Love your colors. They look beautiful together. And I love how you arranged your circles. Awesome!!

Ann Schach said...

Such a great placement of circle! The colors are super together! And I, too, like how the sentiment looks!

Linda Callahan said...

The birthday blues are perfect - love the colors and patterns!

Elaine M said...

You make such great cards - I'm really enjoying visiting your blog.

Melissa said...

I love this color combo! I am so gonna try it!

I think your sentiment looks very modern!

Carla said...

My favorite colors... love your card!

Mary Fish said...

Fabulous. Adore how you layered the Circle Circus stamps. I almost missed that wonderful texture on the navy layer. Very cool. Hugs, M

Cards by Gina said...

So pretty, Patti! I love these colors together and Circle Circus is one of my favorite stamp sets. And I love the way the sentiment came out. Great job!