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Happy 40th

June 21, 2021

My youngest daughter turned 40 recently, which makes you kind of wonder where has all that time gone! So today I though I would share with you the card I made for her. I began by stamping the word image from the Very Versailles stamp set onto Basic White card using Crumb Cake ink. I stamped the leaf image from the same stamp set several times also using Crumb Cake ink. Lastly I stamped the floral image from the Quiet Meadow stamp set several times using Crumb Cake ink. I used a blending brush to add Crumb Cake ink around the edges of the card as well. Lastly I stamped the floral image from the Quiet Meadow stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

I coloured the Memento image using the dark Polished Pink and Dark Soft Succulent Stampin’ Blends. I attached the stamped image to Crumb Cake card and then scored and folded Thick Basic White card. I tied a bow in a length of the Polished Pink 3/8″ Open Weave Ribbon and attached it to the flower stem using a glue dot. I stamped the greeting from the Best Year stamp set onto Basic White card using Polished Pink ink.

I cut out the greeting using the label die from the Meadow Dies, added some Crumb Cake ink using the Blending Brush before attaching it to the card front using dimensionals. I coloured five medium Basic Pearls using the dark Polished Pink Stampin’ Blend and added them to the flower centres as well as one to the greeting label. To decorate the inside of the card, I used the calendar image from the Days to Remember stamp set to add a “4” and then an “0” to Basic White card using the Polished Pink Stampin’ Write Marker. I stamped the greeting from the Best Year stamp set below the “40” using Polished Pink ink. I stamped part of the floral image from the Quiet Meadow stamp set onto the lower left hand corner of the card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I coloured the image using the Dark Polished Pink and Dark Soft Succulent Stampin’ Blends.

Not my usual style of card, but I do love the finished look, don’t you? I hope that Emma loved it as much as I do.

Bye for now,

Kris

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