Hey Everyone! Thanks for stopping by to check out another one of my cards. This card is a very special one. Anytime you get to make cards for a 96th Birthday is incredible honour. I look forward to making her a card for each of her birthdays. It's a thing Ive been doing for my Grandma for her last 6 birthdays, and I can't wait to make her one next year too!
This card was a great one! As I made this card and was trying to decide how to put this onto the card front, I realized that the number is the same both ways. But finally I decided on this way!
I also thought that it would be a good time to play along with the Seize the Birthday Challenge, so I entered this card in that challenge.
Here's the front of the card...
Here's the side of the card...
Paper Trimmer - used to cut the card base and the layers of the card
Bone Folder - used to fold and crease the card base
Tim Holtz Scissors - used to cut the ribbon, and the double sided tape
EK Success Tweezers - used to help assemble and position the flowers on the card front, and to help position the doodlebug sprinkles.
Double Sided Tape - used to attach the various layers to the card front
Ranger Matte Medium - used to attach the flowers together
Cuttle Bug Machine - used with the dies to cut out the flowers, and the rectangles
MFT Pierced Rectangle Die - used to cut out the numbers, and for the mat around the numbers
MFT Gerbra Daisy - used to cut out the floral embellishments on this card front (unfortunately I wasn't able to find a source for this product)
Yellow Ribbon - used around the card front
Shimmer Spray - used to add shine to the daisies on the card front
Black Numbers and Letters - used for the numbers on the card front (not the exact product but linked to something similar)
Doodlebug Sprinkles - used to add embellishments onto the card front
Floral Cardstock - used for the background paper (no link available because this is from my scraps)
White Cardstock - used for the card base, to attach the numbers onto, and to cut the flowers our of
Yellow Polka Dot Cardstock - used for the middles of the flowers
Purple Plaid Cardstock - used for the mat for the number (not an exact product, but linked to something similar)
Pink Cardstock - used to mat the floral paper with
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