Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Birthday Wishes

It seems like I've been paper crafting up a storm lately and I still don't have everything done I want for all the challenges.  Today's card is for four different challenges so that will help a little.  I may have to do a second post one of these days just to get them all in. 

The card is based on this sketch by Card Patterns.


I turned it into a birthday card for Paper Playtime, and used a charm for Less is More's "How Charming". With the ribbon, it even fit Celebrate the Occasion's Happy Birthday - must use ribbon.


The printed paper is from K and Comapny, the green from Core-dinations.  I found matching ribbon in my stash and a star charm from an old bracelet.  (I bought the bracelet from a yard sale just to use the stars on it, and now I finally have.)  The sentiment was punched with an EK Success tag punch and then inked with Shabby Shutters Distress Ink so it was more the color of the papers.  I colored the pearls with a Mark-it pen.  I love being able to change colors of the bling with permanent markers.  This card went together so quick and easy that I made two of them at the same time. 

6 comments:

  1. What a wonderful CAS card, I love the combination of soft colors with your adorable charm and tag! Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO for our "Happy Birthday (must use ribbon) challenge :)

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  2. There's no real white space on this lovely card Bobby, although the design is simple!
    It's a really pretty charm!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  3. So pretty. Love the CAS look of this card. Also like how you tied the ribbon. Thanks for joining in the fun this week at CTO for our HB Challenge.

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  4. Very pretty card- Love the little charm you added! Thanks for playing at CTO this week! :)Amy

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  5. Not really any white space but a FAB card

    Thank you very much
    mandi
    "Less is More"

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  6. Wonderful CAS card!
    Thanks for playing with CTO.

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