Happy birthday to my nephew, Travis! He is just one of three sons to my twin brother, Tony. Yes, I have a twin brother! It’s back to school on Monday for Travis so I LOVE these bright, cheery “Back to School” colors in The Paper Players Color Challenge! Check out the other great cards by the Design Team and other participates!
After I had made Travis’ card, I made another one but I didn’t use the Lucky Stars Embossing Folder. It’s very CAS (Clean and Simple). It just shows you how you can step up a card by adding something as simple as some textured embossing!
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Today is my nephew’s 18th birthday! I wished him a “Happy Birthday” today on Facebook and mentioned that his card would be a WEE BIT LATE! I’m usually (key word here) on time with my cards. This is what happens when procrastination happens. So I grabbed a card that I had made a couple of years ago for a card club and tweaked it by adding die cut digits to it! Brilliant thinking on my part if I do say so myself! Yet I feel horrible I didn’t take the time to make a special card as I did for his 16th birthday! Well life does go on doesn’t it! I rather like the addition of the “18th” to the card. What do you think?
Here are the cards my card club made back in May of 2014. Notice how I changed card stock colors that coordinated with the patterned paper colors? I used Indigo Island, Summer Starfruit, and Tangerine Tango. The patterned paper is SycamoreStreet DSP (Retired) but you can use other patterned paper! Super fast and easy card! The “happy birthday” sentiment is from a Hostess stamp set called Express Yourself but once again, you can use a different sentiment.
I try really hard to keep up with where I find my inspirations from or from who I may CASE something from so I can give credit to that person. I loved the simplicity of this layout so much that I had to CASE it. Remember what CASE means?
CASE = Copy and Share Everything OR Copy and Selectively Edit
I was inspired by Bekka Prideaux of www.feeling-crafty.blogspot.com. This link will take you to the original post date of August 14, 2013. Like I said, I just loved the simplicity of her card!
I hope you give this layout a try and be sure to visit Bekka’s blog! Well my Sweetheart is wondering when I’m going to be done “blogging”! I had better wrap this up!! Oh and don’t forget about the Retiring List that is out! We all LOVE a GREAT DEAL!! Some items have been discounted up to 50%!
If you love these cards and would like measurements for the different layers, please email me! I will be happy to email them to you! If you have any questions or need help with anything, please feel free to contact me! Have a Beautiful & Blessed Day!
I love it when I can whip together a quick, yet fun birthday card! I knew I wanted this to be a one layer card as time was not on my side. I made this birthday card for my nephew, Levi. He will be turning 12 next month.
I love this color combination as it’s bright, cheerful, fun, and happy! I purposely, yes purposely, did not center the Happy Birthday sentiment, which is a fun font for the younger crowd! This card didn’t take any time at all to pull together. I LOVE simple, quick cards to be honest! You could mass produce this card for all the young males on your birthday list: sons, your son’s friends, nephews, cousins, . . . you get the point! This is just such a fun card! I’m definitely making more of these!
TIP: You can switch up the colors to make it more “girly girl”, if you will, for the girls!
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FYI: I actually have these two stamp sets in Clear Mount (CM). Depending on the stamp helps to determine whether I buy Wood Mount (WM) or CM. If the sentiments were smaller in size in the Sassy Salutations Stamp Set, I would have chosen WM. But I, like anyone, love to save money where I can so I bought both of these stamps sets in CM.
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