Just a quick post today. I was recently asked to make 2 birthday cards for a lady who will be celebrating her 100th birthday - how amazing! A 100 birthday card was definitely a 1st for me and I guess not many of you out there have had the chance to make one either.
I decided to keep this one in a classic design - using a Spellbinders label die to make the main shape on my easel card. The chipboard numbers originally started off as glittered silver. I scraped the glitter off and coloured them in with a gold Sakura marker pen, adding some gold glitter glue once the pen was dry. The paper is from Kay and Co and the butterfly is cut from a Tonic punch. I have used another Spellbinders die to frame the sentiment - which, I think, is a HOTP stamp.
I kept the embellishments fairly simple with a few flowers from my stash, some pearl stamens and a cream marabou feather.
I'll be back soon with the second 100th birthday card once I have photographed it.
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Colour create - pink, brown, cream and white + photo inspiration
Crafting for all seasons - birthday card
Flutterby Wednesdays - anything goes
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