Wednesday, 27 December 2017

May this Birthday...

Good Morning Crafty Friends,

Well all back to normal in our house today as hubby is off to work shortly.

I am not sure what I plan on doing yet, maybe do a bit of crafting.

What are you all up too today?

A quick birthday card to share with you today using stamps from Chocolate Baroque

Step by Step

1. A5 oval shaped base card.
2. Matted and layered bronze pearlescent card which has been cut out with SB Grande scalloped oval die.
3. Cut out the oval in Kraft card and stamped the birthday sentiment from loving sentiments.
4. Decorated around the sentiment with stamps from Flora and Fauna stamp set.
5. To finish off I added 3 pearl gems.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:

Papercraft Challenges #1 - Happy Birthday
TTCRD - Always Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown #372 - Anything Goes
Creative Ladybird Creations #32 - Anything Goes
Love to Craft #17 - Anything Goes

Thank you for visiting today!
Happy Crafting!


KarinsArtScrap said...

very sweet and beautiful Linda

gr karin

Unknown said...

Lovely birthday card, great shape and design. enjoy the day. Hugs Jennifer xx

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Loving these papers Linda. Gorgeous

Jackie T said...

Hi Linda this is a stunning birthday card. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Lovely card!

Hazel (Didos) said...

Oh this is super, what lovely card and super sentiment, Thanks for sharing with us on The Papercraft Challenges this fortnight, Love Hazel (Didos) xx

Fikreta said...

wonderful card!

Michelle said...

A lovely card. I like the sunny yellow color.
Thanks for joining us at Papercraft Challenges.
Good luck!! Michelle (DT)

Unknown said...

Chocolate for most anyone - looks lovely! Thanks bunches for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Sure hope you will remember us for our next challenge too! Xj.
TTCRD DT: Joi@RR{My Blog}
Through The Craft Room Door

FiestyCrafter (Tina) said...

Wonderful simple card! Thanks for joining us at Love to Craft! Challenge Blog
Tina dt

NanaConnie said...

Loving that oval shape and the three pearls, Linda. Such a magnificent use of the scallops between the plain layers of die cut shapes!