Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Cards: Have a Blast Birthday

 
I made this card for one of my best girlfriend's birthday. She is a fun and free spirit so I enjoyed making a playful card for her. However, I love this card because it could really be a fun card for a woman, man or child. All you would need to do is adjust the front statement to say "Birthday" or "3rd" instead of "30th". 
 
I used the Just Because Cricut Cartridge for the card shape and the rocket ship. I then found a frame cut that I liked, stamped "HOPE YOUR", "IS A", and "2012" with Tiny Typewriter stamp set.
 
I inked the Close To My Heart chipboard stars with Sunny Yellow ink and then added clear stickles to make them shine. I did some pen work on the rocket ship, white dots, and black outlines in the window to give it a finished look.
 
 
Hope this inspired you to make a fun card even for an adult!!
 
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Thanks for reading!
Have a wonderful day!
 
 
 
 
 

4 comments:

  1. Emily, fun post. I don't know what a "Just Because Circuit Cartridge" is or what stickles are, but I loved what you did. The rest I could figure out. I know I could goto a hobby store and probably find what these things are.

    Thanks for the fun and innovative card idea.

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  2. Thanks for your comment. Even though my blog is very specific to crafter/scrapbookers you made me think about my audience. I need to make things more accessible to "newbies" who may not know what I am talking about in regards to a product or technique. A cricut cartridge is used in a Cricut Machine, a die-cutting machine. It cuts out shapes, fonts, etc...based on what cartride you are using. Stickles is a brand of glitter glue that when dry creates a glitter finish. Thanks again! Oh and you just gave me an idea to do a Cricut lesson series...woo hoo for those light bulb moments.

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  3. There's nothing more satisfying than becomeing absorbed in a craft. Well done with your card.

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