My granddaughter Jae celebrated her 7th birthday on Thursday. How quickly she is growing up! Like all little girls her age she loves the movie Frozen, so I used Pinterest to get some inspiration to make her a frozen card. I embossed the Whisper White card using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder and attached it to scored and folded Soft Sky card. I cut Soft Sky card using my Dress Up Framelits (retired but with 4 granddaughters I couldn’t let this one go) I trimmed the bodice, covered it in Versamark and sprinkled with Heat & Stick powder and Dazzling Details combined and then heat set it. I cut one more full dress and two more skirts and layered them together. I added lots of Basic Rhinestones – a girls gotta have bling! The greeting from the Petite Pairs stamp is stamped in Soft Sky on Whisper White card, punched using the Large Oval Punch and attached to a Soft Sky Scalloped Oval. Inside I just added the second part of the birthday greeting and a piece of Soft Sky card embossed using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder. Of course you have to have matching decoration on the gift bag, so once again I embossed Whisper White card using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder and attached it to Soft Sky card. I stamped the greeting from the Happy Birthday Everyone Hostess Stamp Set onto Whisper White card using Soft Sky ink and cut it out using the largest Oval Collection Framelits Die. The greeting is attached to the Soft Sky Scalloped Oval Framelit from the Oval Collection Framelits Dies. I punched three flowers from Soft Sky card using the Petite Petals Punch, added a little dimension and a couple of sets of leaves punched from Soft Sky card using the Bird Builder Punch. Lastly I added a large Basic Pearl to the centre of the flowers. Her present included a small set of books which would not fit inside the gift bag so I used the brown paper that Stampin’ Up! supplies in my orders to wrap them.
I’m pleased to say that Jae loved her presents, card and gift bag. Success!
Bye for now,