Airplane

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Plane Happy Birthday

I had two birthday cards to make. One for a pilot and one for a guy who likes to fly remote controlled planes. So I used a digital stamp that I had and cut off one of the birthday messages to make it work for my design. The pilot lives where it is cold so I put snow on the mountains for his and left it off for the one that lives in Florida.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Stamp: Airplanes @ Imagine That Digi Stamp
Metal Dies: Lawn Fawn (Stitched mountain borders, forest border), Joy Crafts (cloud)
Cardstock: Bazzill (Arctic, Hillary, Pinecone)
Ink: pre-colored digital stamp printed on Epson XP-440
Accents/Tools: EK Success 1/16 pop dots, scor-tape 1/16, 1/4

Fathers Day - airplane red

Fathers Day - Airplane

I wanted to try this design (see previous airplane birthday card) but with a new die I got. So I made Father’s Day and Happy Birthday banners so it could be used for either! I made it in red and blue. A lady ordered one for her dad and grandpa so I made different colors!

SUPPLIES Red Airplane:
Metal Die: IO Dies (Plane with Banner), Lawn Fawn (Stitched Mountains, forest border), Joy Crafts (clouds)
Cardstock: Bazzill (Rain Forest, Walnut, Starmist, Bazzill Red)

SUPPLIES Blue Airplane:
Metal Die: IO Dies (Plane with Banner), Lawn Fawn (Stitched Mountains, forest border), Joy Crafts (clouds)
Cardstock: Bazzill (Rain Forest, Walnut, Starmist, Arctic)

Sushi Cards

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Sushi

Inside:
Have a rice day!
Happy Birthday!

The two sushi and front chopstick were printed out a 2nd time and then pop dotted to give it dimension.

I made this card for a friend’s friend who was turning 95 and wanted to eat sushi. She didn’t have anyone to eat sushi with her so since my husband loves sushi he volunteered! I made this card to give her at dinner. She loved it and said it was the best birthday she could ask for!

Then I had another friend that loves sushi so I made her one too!
I then had a lady see it and want one for her weekend get together with out-of-state boyfriend. They were having a sushi themed weekend.
On the inside she requested:
Are those chopsticks? or you just happy Sashimi?
He loved it and said it was going on his desk!

  • Made in March….late posting to the blog.

CHALLENGES: 
1) March Happy Mail Challenge – finally mailed it to my friend as a late birthday card.
2) March Inspirational Card Challenge – Favorites category – saved sketch from Jan 2019 Card Sketch Challenge – Sketch #2. Original found here: Freshly Made Sketches #173

SUPPLIES: 
Digital Image: Sushi Clip Art by Emily Peterson.
Patterned Paper: Sushi Digital Paper by Emily Peterson.
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven)

Sushi - Good Times Roll

In trying to come up with the first sushi card I printed out this digital paper. I didn’t end up using it for that card but thought it would make a cute card using the same sketch but making it the focus and just a sentiment. I like how this one turned out too!

CHALLENGES: 
1) March Inspirational Card Challenge – Favorites category – saved sketch from Jan 2019 Card Sketch Challenge – Sketch #2. Original found here: Freshly Made Sketches #173
SUPPLIES: 
Digital Image: Sushi Clip Art by Emily Peterson.
Patterned Paper: Sushi Digital Paper by Emily Peterson.
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven)

Happy Birthday

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Happy Birthday

*Made in March…late posting it to the blog.

I made this card for my niece. I was late sending it but better late than never I guess. I used the sketch from March 2019 Card Sketch Challenge – sketch #5. Original found here: http://sweetsketchwednesday2.blogspot.com/2019/02/sketch-153-with-bugaboo.html
I turned it horizontal and left the ribbon off. I did add rhinestone which was part of the Product category of the March Inspirational Card Challenge.

The happy birthday was a section on a patterned paper piece that I cut out.

Products:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Lava)
Patterned Paper: Simple Stories (Let’s Party)
Accents: Queen & Co Rhinestones

Stylish Birthday

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Style - Dresses - Birthday

Inside:
As if you’d do it
any other way!

Happy Birthday

I made this card for my niece Kenzee for her 17th birthday. I was late but finally got it in the mail.

*Made in March…late posting it to the blog.

I used a sketch I had saved: Paper Play Sketches #33. Made it horizontal instead of vertical.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (watermelon)
Patterned Paper: Echo Park (Fashionista)
Accents/Tools: EK Success edge punch (dotted wave)

Style - Purses - Birthday

Inside:
As if you’d do it
any other way!

Happy Birthday

After making the card above I had the strip of purses left over so I decided to make a similar card with purses.

I used a sketch I had saved: Paper Play Sketches #33. Made it horizontal instead of vertical.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (watermelon)
Patterned Paper: Echo Park (Fashionista)
Accents/Tools: EK Success edge punch (dotted wave),

Cardinals Baseball Birthday Card

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Cardinal Baseball Birthday

Oh my it has been forever since I posted on here. Actually haven’t made a ton of cards this year….personal life went crazy and had no free time. But trying to get into a new routine that includes crafting time! So welcome back!

I needed a Cardinal Baseball themed birthday card. I found the image on the internet and used sketch #1 from the Feb Card Sketch Challenge at Scrapbook.com as my inspiration. I also used KatieJo’s version of the sketch…I like how she had little hearts in the background so I used circles to look like confetti….well that was my plan anyways!

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Admiral, Bazzill Red, White)
Image: internet
Accents/Tools: Xyron X, computer, Your Next Stamp (Confetti Die)

Birthday Girl

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Birthday Girl - no name.jpg

My friend needed a birthday card for her granddaughter’s 6th birthday. We looked through images and she liked this image from Free Dearie Dolls. The original image had different colored dress and hair on the girl. I emailed Mary Ellen and asked if she could put straight red hair on the girl and she did! Then I colored the dress and hat in Photoshop. The other part of the image was pre-colored by Mary Ellen. I used the sketch at Atlantic Hearts Sketch for my inspiration.

The granddaughter’s name was below the image (I whited out most of it)

CHALLENGE:
1) Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #252 – use the sketch provided as your inspiration.

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Birthday Girl @ Free Dearie Dolls Digi Stamps
Cardstock: The Paper Studio (purple), Bazzill (Kachina, Lemonade)
Patterned Paper: American Crafts (heat wave)
Accents/Tools: Xcut 5mm corner punch, Xyron X

Bitmoji Birthday Card

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Koree Birthday

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