Dear daughter may not want to make the cards, but she does have an opinion on the stamps and paper I use on the ones she gives away.
She needed another birthday card this week, so I decided to use the MFTWSC sketch. Go to either the MFT blog or Splitcoast Stampers to find out about their weekly sketch challenge and join in the fun.
Dear daughter selected the Cheers a la Mode stamp, along with papers from the Basic Grey Kissing Booth pad and the Lily Bee Buttercup Tiny Tablet. I had a hard time with the yellow paper, but think we managed to pull it together.
The panels are cut with my favorite Spellbinders Nestabilities die: Reverse Wonky Rectangle. The brown cardstock and designer papers are cut with the same die - I trim the designer paper along the embossing line so that I can layer the pieces.
For the record, I think this little gal is drinking a pink lemonade.
Or maybe it is a sparkly, raspberry soda?
The image is paper pieced and colored with Copic markers. A little touch of stickles added glitter to the glass and her earrings.
The flower is cut from crepe paper using the MFT Loopy Bloom die-namic and finished with a gem brad from my stash.
We borrowed a sentiment from the a la Mode Birthday Girl stamp set and just attached it to the card front under the flower. The image panel is adhered with foam tape to pop it up over the velvet ribbon/trim (Maya Road?).
The inside of the card holds a gift certificate under the Papertrey Ink zipper die.
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