Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Warm Winter Birthday Wishes
Happy Wednesday everyone. We are halfway through the first week of 2011. I bet all of you teachers out there are counting the hours until Friday afternoon after two weeks off. My son's school district scheduled a teacher work day on Monday to help them transition back to school. He was thankful for the transition day.
We have two family birthdays in January, my mom and my daughter. Their birthdays are one week apart - Bethany was late and my mom was annoyed that Bethany refused to be born on her birthday. I wanted her to come by Christmas so I had not sympathy for mom's annoyance!!
Anyway, this is mom's birthday card. Inside the card, which I forgot to photograph, reads Warm Winter Birthday Wishes! I used Bazzill cardstock and Echo Park cardstock; Spellbinder's Snowflake Pendant 2010, Label #14, Lacey Circles, and regular circles dies; JustRite stamps and Popcorn the Bear stamps; Stampin' Up ink and ribbon to create this card. Oh, and a Spellbinder's embossing plate.
I wanted a winter themed card that was both feminine and fun and I believe that this card met those goals. I used Bazzill shimmer cardstock and Spellbinder's Snowflake Pendant dies to cut the adorable pink snowflakes. I used a pink ink to stamp the circle and lacey spellbinder dies with JustRite stamps. Again, going for feminine with all of the pink, yet fun with the embossing and less formal stamps.
I had trouble finding a Happy Birthday stamp for the front of the card. I am not sure where I stashed all of my birthday stamps. I finally used a Popcorn the Bear "Happy Birthday" stamp.
I should be back tomorrow with another Spellbinder based project.