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Spring Birthday Card

Today I'd like to share a card I created using papers, dies and stamps from ODBD. I particularly enjoyed using the new word die together with a birthday ticket stamp, and I loved using these beautiful papers too!


I actually cut a tag from the patterned paper and added a pretty shabby bow on top, embellished with a vintage gold button. I added different layers using label die cuts, a hand cut banner and lace. The word die was cut twice to make it sturdy, and I used a pretty metallic cardstock for it.

Once the tag was done I adhered it to a delicate patterned layer, added a pretty border and some pearls. Finally I adhered the finished layer to a pink card base.

For more inspiration make sure you visit ODBD blog! Thanks so much for stopping by today.

I'd like to share my card with:
Love to Scrap - Buttons & Bows
Dream it Up - Marching into Spring
Cute Card Thursday - Die Cuts and Punches
In the Pink - For a Special Lady


Comments

  1. Hi.. This is such a beautiful card, soft colors and very feminine.. I love it..

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  2. Wonderful, so delicate and definitely a spring birthday card!

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  3. Gorgeous card. You always pick the most beautiful colors!

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  4. Lovely! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  5. Love the Victorian Style,,,,,,,a,d aññ pver the delicated Textures Graciellie.

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  6. Oh my that is so Beautiful!!! Love the layering, pretty use of all the papers!

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  7. Beautiful Card Gracie, I love the colors and textures!!

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  8. Beautiful shabby chic card! The colors are soft and gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at Love to Scrap! Challenge Blog
    Tina dt

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  9. Lovely, subtle colors, and nice diecuts and lace. Thank you for joining us at Love To Scrap.

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  10. This is just beautiful -- as always! Love these spring colors!

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  11. A gorgeous card, such pretty colours and beautiful shabby chic finish :-)

    Thanks for sharing with us at In The Pink Challenge!

    Hugs, Kat x

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  12. Beautiful floral papers! Thank you for linking to the Dreamweaver challenge.

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  13. Wow, gorgeous card! Thanks for playing in the challenge at Dreamweaver Stencils!

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