Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Birthday


Never enough birthday cards, right? Well, I'm running low on them, anyway.
This card uses the technique I've seen called triple play (I think Technique Junkies called it Triple the  Fun). I just pulled out a bunch of birthday related stamps and stamped them randomly using blue, lavendar, and light green ink.
The sentiment is popped up on dots to keep it above the twine twisted aroound the central panel. There's a gem on the candle flame.

Ths card is for these challenges:
SumMoreFun -- Mood board #20 (inspired by the theme)
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday -- add a  sentiment
Word ARt Wednesday #318 -- Anything goes

7 comments:

  1. Triple the Fun sounds like a great name for this technique! Super CUTE card! Thanks for playing along with us over at SumMore Fun Stamps! :)

    Theresa (VO Stamps/SumMore Fun DT)
    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

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  2. I think it's great, love the layers. Such a fun card.
    Thank you for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge x

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  3. What a fabulous card, and a great technique, loving the layers. Thank you for joining us at SumMore Fun. ~DT Heather

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  4. I am always in need of birthday cards too! Yours is wonderful. Thanks for joining us at SumMore Fun Challenges!

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  5. Yep, you can never have enough birthday cards. Fun take on the mood board over at SumMore Fun Challenge Blog. Thanks for playing along with us and we hope you join us again. DTM Lisa

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  6. I LOVE the layers! What a fun card! Thanks for joining us over at SumMore Fun! ~DT Jamie

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  7. This is very nice...Love the layering. We're so blessed that you joined us with your wonderful art last Challenge. We would like to invite you to link with us again in our current Challenge at Word Art Wednesday. Leaving some inspiration from the Word of God in John 4:14 n which Jesus said, "But whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a fount of water springing up to eternal life." Have a wonderful and blessed week.

    JO ANN
    http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

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