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Stampin' Up! You're Amazing Birthday Card

Isn't it awesome that we card makers have a day designated to celebrate our craft? 

October 6, 2012 is World Card Making Day and in celebration, I'll be sharing some new creations and some of my favorites from my archives.  A walk down memory lane...join me!

First, about today's new card pictured above...

I created this card for a member of my ink and inspirations Team.  The Orchard Harvest DSP provides a colorful, faux cross-stitch background.  (Do you cross stitch?  For years, I had cross stitch mania!)  The Happy Birthday sentiment is from the You're Amazing-wood,clear set that has all those fun circus themed images...love it!  I colored my Basic Rhinestones with a dark pink Sharpie and used some of the Crumb Cake Scalloped Tulle Ribbon and 3/8" stitched satin as a backdrop.

Now for the blast to the past...

 

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World Card Making Day
Stampin' Up! Birthday Card

This birthday card could be either for a guy or gal and I used a decor stencil (discontinued product) for the focal point.  I loved this designer paper!  It was Night and Day and was in one of our mini catalogs, I believe, for Halloween!  But, it was so versatile!  I used it all the time!

Be sure to visit my Facebook page where I'll be posting other cards from the past!
Have a great day and create a card to share with someone special!

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