Monday, June 30, 2014

Word Art -Happy Birthday Plain & Simple -Birthday Card

Hello! Jutta here today with a fun and whimsical Word Art Birthday Card project.

On this card I used several stamps from the Quietfire Design -Happy Birthday Plain & Simple Stamp Set.


The latest greatest stamps came mounted so it was super easy to use them with the fun Stamping Gear - Circle Wheel.

To make this large card, fold a pc of 8-1/2" x 11" white cardstock in half. 

Then using the Stamping Gear - Circle Wheel  and the Happy Birthday Stamp on the SG Paddle 
(see stamp placement in photo below) stamp the center flower first with Ripe Persimmons Distress Ink using every 2nd slot as indicated by a small arrow on the gear. I coloured mine for quicker reference.

Before stamping the other two flowers mask the edges of your card by about 1/4". I stamped the upper flower (Sun) with Squeezed Lemonade  Distress Ink and the lower flower with Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink

When finished stamping the flowers, add stems in Mowed Lawn Distress Ink and several Happy Birthdays across the bottom.

Then add the Dragonfly from the Butterflies and Dragonflies Stamp Set. Complete by with some Wink of Stella Glitter Pen on the wings, also add some dabs of sparkle to the flower centers. Last I used a .01 Micron Pen to draw my frame.



Thanks for stopping by and sharing a part of your weekend with us!
Happy Canada Day tomorrow and Happy July 4th too!

Jutta

9 comments:

Holly said...

Adorable! Love the word art, and bright colours.Very cute card Jutta!

Teresa said...

This is so cute Jetta... love how you used the stamp.

Heather said...

that is so cool, Just an awesome design.

Yogi said...

cute. have a great day

Dorina D said...

What a fun birthday card! Love the sun made out of Birthday. Great idea and beautiful work.

ChristineCreations said...

What a fun way to create a design and speak a message! Cheerful and creative!

Art By Wanda said...

Jutta, this is very cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Charity Chamberlain said...

Wow! Very neat!!

I'm a Little Teapot said...

How awesome is that? Great technique and what a happy card!

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