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The Happiest of Birthdays

June 14, 2021

Today I thought I would share with you the card I made for my eldest grandson’s 15th birthday. I used the template that Julie Burt shared on a demonstrator only facebook page quite a while ago. If you go to this post you can download a PDF to get the basic instructions for creating the card. I began by cutting Night of Navy card to create the base card and the small folded card on the front. I cut pieces of Smoky Slate card and attached them to the card base. I used one of the patterns from the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper to attached to all of the small squares except the one in the middle of the card. For this panel I embossed Basic White card using the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder.

I stamped the greeting from the Happiest of Birthday’s stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink before embossing the panel with the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder. This panel is attached to the large space on the right hand corner of the card. I embossed another piece of Basic White card using the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder to attach to the front of the small folded card. I cut the large hat from the same pattern In Good Taste Designer Series Paper using the Hat Builder Dies and attached it to the card front. I did not add adhesive under the brim of the cap to give it a little more dimension. I stamped “#1” from the Hats off stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink.

I cut out the “#1” using the co-ordinating Hat Builder Die and attached it to the large cap. I cut the same pattern In Good Taste Designer Series Paper using the star die from the Hat Builder Dies and attached it to the small centre panel. To decorate the inside of the small card, I stamped the greeting from the A Grand Kid stamp set across the bottom of Basic White card using Night of Navy ink. I cut the small cap from the same pattern In Good Taste Designer Series Paper using the Hat Builder Dies.

I love how fun this card is but still gives lots of room to write your message. I cannot thank Julie enough for sharing her template with us all. Once again Happy Birthday Ethan!

Bye for now,

Kris

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