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Hello!  Today I have some birthday cards to share.  Usually I don't mass produce birthday cards but I made one and I thought it came out cute and so then I thought I should make some more.  Plus if I have to take out all the supplies, might as well make more and birthday cards are so useful to have around.

This is the first one I made using some cute stamp sets from Mama Elephant.  I really love this cupcake set.  I heat embossed the cupcake and sentiment first in white onto watercolor cardstock.  Then I took my distress ink pads and rubbed them onto an old plastic cover to use as a palette.  I added some water and brushed on the colors like a rainbow over the white embossed areas.  After that was all dried I added the cute bunny wearing a bow.  I added some sequins for fun too.

These are the ones I made after.  No sequins on these.  I used different cupcakes and also tried embossing with gold on the right.  I made one bear with a party hat.

Here are the bunny versions.  I like these cupcakes the best.  They look really yummy!

I'm working on some teacher thank you cards too!  Yes, I'm working way ahead of time for the end of the school year.  Ever since I made a list of all my projects, I've been able to craft more often and keep on track.  There are days when I need to really motivate myself to get going though. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Comments

Blankina said…
Love that background and the sweet stamps Eva, great cards..
Hugs Blankina
Rachel Parys said…
I LOVE ME, and I have been trying to save my "allowance" to get this very set, it is to die for!! I love the colors on these cards and their great CAS layouts!! Fantastic job!
Super duper cute Eva~ love the rainbow colors and the stamp images are yet the cutest.... I'm sure you have inspired a lot of on lookers with these cards.
Great job!
Cheryl said…
Pretty background! And super cute cupcakes and animals! You're so organized with your list!
Denice said…
Love the rainbow background...so pretty, makes the image and sentiment standout perfectly. YAY you for getting ahead on your b/day cards...every variation is adorable.
Niki G said…
LOVE your set of scrumptious cards! Such a pretty background design with those sweet ME stamps!
Lynn said…
I love what you did with that stamp set. The rainbow colors look great with it. I have the set too and now I have a new idea of how to use it. Thanks for sharing your delightful cards.
Leanne said…
Too cute Eva! The brushed background and then all the layers work beautifully!
Glad your on track to getting lots of your crafting done.
I should make a list... LOL!

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