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Birthday flowers

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Dawn here today.  Are you, like me, over doing Christmas cards?  I was really pleased to have a birthday card to make for a friend who’s birthday is later this month…..  A nice change from Christmas.

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This month’s challenge theme is about adding dimension – so I’ve incorporated some dimension into my card.  I added some dry embossing with a folder and a Tim Holtz diffuser to leave the centre un-emmbossed.  I then stamped the flowers with a Memento Ink and used some Abandoned Coral distress ink to paint the colour in using an old Wink of Stella pen filled with water…. still gives a lot of glimmer to the flowers

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I fussy cut the flowers and leaves (painted with Twisted Citron distress ink)   and used Dimensional 3M tape to pop up a couple of the flowers.  The sentiment is from an older Hero Arts set which underwent some stamp surgery to separate the woods.

Supplies:

CL 864 Color Layering Happy Days Flowers

CL738 Messages with Flourish

Cuttlebug embossing folder

Tim Holtz Diffuser

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Dawn

 

5 thoughts on “Birthday flowers

  1. Gorgeous Card Dawn — Love the vibrant colors you chose for the flowers! 🙂

  2. Very cheery colors especially at this time of year when its cold.

  3. so pretty Dawn!

  4. Dawn this is so pretty!! Love the dry embossing in the background, and the flowers are just so Springlike!! 🙂

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