Yay for me! I'm playing at Seize the Birthday again. I seem to forget this wonderful challenge when I'm making my numerous birthday cards. I'm even using the topping - candles. Yes, I must use the topping.
I've seen cards lately using the Happy Birthday embossing folder and decided I would make a few cards with it. The candles are from Altenew, made with scraps from my stash. No other sentiment needed. While I had everything out I made one with a more masculine color palette.
You'll be seeing this folder again with other ideas I have. I make so many floral cards that I have to start branching out for my men and children.
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I love that embossing, Bobby - a perfect place to light a few candles! Both color combinations are darling!ReplyDelete
You're right, no other sentiment needed with the cute embossing folder! Two terrific cards!ReplyDelete
Love that embossing folder, perfect with the colourful candles, and they are a great way to use up scraps too! Thankyou for joining in at Seize the Birthday, Cathy xReplyDelete
I have this folder and I'm not sure that I've ever used it. Love it with the candles and how well it works for the guys! I need to get this folder out and use it. Thanks for the inspiration, my friend.ReplyDelete
Dots, hearts and diagonals - oh my! What fun cards you've made, and perfectly branching out too!ReplyDelete
Such a fabulous design for a birthday card Bobby--love it!ReplyDelete
Yeah! thank you for using candles! I love this background folder (I have it too!) and your candles, great idea to make a masculine card while you have the stuff out! thank you for playing with us at STB!ReplyDelete
I am in LOVE with those candles. I must try and find them over at Altenew. Love your design, especially with the white embossed background. I have that EF and don't use it enough. Fabulous design here.ReplyDelete