Here’s the birthday card I made for my sister, Emily. She turns 22 Tuesday and we’re celebrating tonight. I’m sad the scan doesn’t do this card justice. The pink flower is raffia, and hanging from part of the flower is a tag I put a small green eyelet on and i did some accent drawing on the flowers in glitter pens. Then, the biggest flower on the tag I used a paper glaze to add dimension and shine. The purple flower is from a clear stamp set my mom has. I colored it using my V15 and V17 Copic Alcohol Markers (awesome for blending/shading). Then, I did some accents in purple glitter pen and used the paper glaze for the center of the flower. Next, I used my “fortune” Chinese symbol stamp.

Papers used: Basic Grey, plain cardstock, and I can’t remember the other line I used. But it’s one I can only get locally at Serendipity Scrapbooks in Waukesha, Wis.

Then, here’s the inside. I used an alphabet stamp set from Provo Craft for the “Happy Birthday” and used Basic Grey papers and fibers for the bottom.

You can’t tell, but the fiber is attached using two pinkish large eyelets.

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  1. Amanda D. on June 1, 2008 at 3:30 pm

    Awesome!! Wonderful job!

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