Sunday, August 18, 2013

80th Birthday Card

Happy Sunday!  I hope you all had a great weekend!  We celebrated my mother-in-law's father's 80th birthday yesterday.  There were lot of family and friends gathered together and the weather was perfect so we were able to eat and play outside.  A great time was had by all!

I decided to play along with the challenge over at Die Cuttin Divas when I made his birthday card.  Their challenge this week is a color challenge - use orange and white on your project.  I found some fun orange and white pattern papers in my paper collection and got to creating.

Since this card is for a pretty monumental birthday, I decided to make the numbers the focus of the card.  I found these fun candle-numbers on the Sweet Treats cartridge.  I popped the frame up using large pop dots, then popped the numbers up with small pop dots for added dimension.

Thanks for stopping by to take a look at my creation!

Solid cardstock from Bazzill
Pattern cardstock from American Crafts and My Minds Eye
Labels Four Spellbinders dies
Candle numbers from Sweet Treats cut at 1.75 inches
Cloud Corner Chomper


  1. Beautiful card; it looks grand! TFS your creation at DCD this week.

  2. so fun and cute. Glad you could play with DCD

  3. What a fabulous card! Thanks for joining us at DCD this week!

  4. This turned out great!! I like all the patterns!!