July 12, 2013

Birthday Wishes

This is the third card we made in this month's Card Workshop. You can never have enough Birthday cards in the house. This once is a great way to make a wonderful card and at the same time use up all the left over pieces of paper we don't like to throw away.

You need a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" colonial white card base. Then you have to surge through your pieces of cardstock and design paper and pick 4 different once. All four pieces should measure 1 1/4" x 4". Round two corners on each piece and adhere them to the base. 

I used four 1" square pieces of white cardstock. Stamped them with a dotted design and placed a butterfly on each of them. Three of the butterflies will be embellished with a rhinestone and all four squares are placed with foam dots onto the card base.

I stamped the Birthday Wishes, like the dots in SLADE ink and went around the tag with a pen. Two small foam dots hold the tag in place and under the square.

Papers, cardstock, stamps and inks used are from Close To My Heart. 

Like to know more about the products or how to get a set of this month's Card Workshop home, well contact me for more information.

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