First thing I did was to print directly on my cardstock with my home computer the birthday sentiment in different font designs and sizes.
For the first card, I had this great printed paper that had summery fruit and designs over it with sparkles in the paper. I knew I wanted to use this. I used this great green Stampin' Up cardstock and a My Favorite Things die to create the open scalloped background circle. Then I used my Stampin Up "Enjoy" stamp in this bright pink ink and cut it out with my scallop punch. popped up with a little dimensionals. A few rhinestones under the sentiment.
Next, I had these great stiff stickers from Stampin Up in flower and circle shapes in different colors. I randomly placed them on the card front and added rhinestone centers to the flowers. I also had a scalloped border at the bottem. Love the way this card turned out.
The last card I made, may be my favorite. I used this cute cherry paper background square because I wanted to use my stamp inside that says "happy birthday with a cherry on top"
For the cupcake I used my Stampin Up cupcake punch. For the frosting I used some more of that great glittery paper. For the wrapper on the bottem, I ran some brown cardstock through my crimper and cut it out with the punch. I love the texture of the paper. I mimicked the crimp on the green cardstock running down the side of the card. It's amazing what a simple thing like texture adds to a card. I finished the card of with a red cherry topper, a red button and a green ribbon attached only on the left behind the button. The ribbon is stiff enough to hold its shape out to the right, but I did not want to adhere it there as well.
I was pleased with the cards, as was my friend (and hopefully her daughter)!
She used one this past weekend and now I have a job to create more for one of her friends daughters too! I think it is a great idea that she came up with...I plan on making more!
Thanks for stopping by today, the weather has turned cool here and I am LOVING it!
I hope your day is wonderful and I will be back here soon!