Saturday, 12 September 2020

It is time to get my Birthday craft on!

Well this time of year is very busy for me, I have my eldest daughter’s birthday, my father’s birthday and then all three of my granddaughter’s birthdays oh and not forgetting my daughter’s partner’s birthday, so from the 14th September to 14th October I have seven very important people’s birthdays!!!

Previously, I created a scrapbook page of my eldest granddaughter dressed up as Hermione and as it is her birthday on the 25th and I decided to create her a birthday card of the same theme.

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I fell in love with how I created the scrapbook page – using a swirl from Stampin’ Up! Stitched Stars dies as a stencil with Cherry Cobbler and Bumblebee ink pads and sponge daubers to create the silhouette background on the Very Vanilla card topper.

Using a strip of Bumblebee cardstock on top of Cherry Cobbler cardstock and then used Stampin’ Up! Playful Alphabet dies to cut out the ‘Happy Birthday’ and number eleven using Stampin’ Up! Brushed Metallic cardstock.

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I hope you have enjoyed reading this blog post and I hope to see you again very soon.

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