Hi everyone! I'm back today sharing another birthday card using some new goodies from Catherine Pooler. I stamped the fun candles in rainbow colors across my card panel. I added a strip of double sided tape across the bottom of the candles & added some silver glitter.
I then die cut the number 12 using the Milestone Birthday Numbers dies from the panel and also from some black fun foam. I adhered them together to create dimension and to help the numbers pop off the page.
I stamped the sentiment onto the panel and adhered it to my card base. I added a small strip of black card stock to the bottom of my card and some black and white twine to finish it off.
Before you go I wanted to share a sneak peek of one of my cards for Catherine's next Stamp of Approval Collection coming out January 9th!
Make sure you come back on Monday for the Blog Hop. I have lots more to share with you! This collection is amazing!!!
Thank you for visiting and have a great day!
A list of supplies I used can be found below, just click on the picture below to be taken to where you can get the product. I do use some affiliate links when I can, this means I will get a small commission if you choose to purchase the product using my link-this is at no cost to you and helps with the running of my blog. I really appreciate your love and support!
Kristie, when did you stamp on the numbers that are raised to match the original layer?ReplyDelete
I stamped the candles first and then die cut the numbers after stamping. I then pieced them back into the negative slot. Hope that makes sense. :)
Oooh, awesome card! Great sneak peek, too!ReplyDelete
Sweet hidden 12th cut, but your wreath is stunning with that pop of teal!ReplyDelete
Love this card Kristie! The fun colors as it is so festive, but the hidden 12th is so clever in those candles. Love it and will have to try something like this. Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete
Very effective! Love the rainbow colors and how you added the number to the candles.ReplyDelete
What a great card Kristie - love the way you have used the eclipse technique with black foam... it adds so much interest, yet is so subtleReplyDelete