Birthday Card For a Girl

Hello Bloggers,

A Birthday Card today. :)

For my daughter’s friend I wanted to make something unusual. Oh those little girls who believe they are all grown up already :)

I started with using Kraft as the base for the card instead of the more frequent white cardstock. The “designer papers” are in fact pages from an old Top Model agenda :) I like Top Model, they have very girly stuff. The roses are punched. I used a big classic 5-petal punch to make them.

The pink Proficiat and the yellow verjaardag are embossed on plastic tape with the special wheel Label Maker from HEMA. They sold those in 2 sizes last year.

Marianne Design Cr1260 Lr0229 Lr0192 Lr0133 Lr0116 Leane Creatief Lea'bilities 45.9616 Frame Squarers

The tiny yellow piece in the bottom left-hand corner shows tiny punched through stars. This is also a HEMA all-around punch on magnets. Very useful.

I love the Marianne Design zipper! It looks cool and can be used in so many, sometimes really crazy combinations, and still look cool! :)

The foliage is Marianne Design, naturally. Most naturally, I’d say :)

Used:

  • Top Model old agenda
  • Various corner punches for the tags
  • Big 5-petal punch for the roses
  • HEMA tiny stars punch
  • HEMA plastic tape Label Maker
  • Marianne Design Cr1260 Craftables Zipper
  • Marianne Design Lr0229 Creatables Anja’s leaves 4
  • Marianne Design Lr0192 Creatables Leaves
  • Marianne Design Lr0133 Creatables Open Flower Classic
  • Marianne Design Lr0116 Creatables Frame 1
  • Leane Creatief Lea’bilities 45.9616 Die “Frame Squarers”

Challenges:
99 Off the Edge
Lots of Layers—-is the new Try it on Tuesdays Challenge
Challenge #301 – Colourful
Fussy and Fancy Challenge 151 – Flowers
CraftyCatz challenge #299……Lets Tag it…
Kraft at Marianne Design Divas

Thanks for stopping by!

Lena

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7 thoughts on “Birthday Card For a Girl

  1. A stunning birthday card, the layers and textures are fantastic. I'm sure your daughter's friend loves it.
    Thank you for joining us at Try it on Tuesday. Mar DT

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