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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


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

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

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

  4. Lovely! Thank you for the inspiration!

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

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

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

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

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

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

  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

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

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


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