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Painted Glass Birthday with Stampin’ Up

 I just love the Share What You Love designer series paper and the Painted Glass Bundle so I put them together to make this super simple, beautiful birthday card. The side bar thinlit reminded me of a rod iron gate and the butterflies, well let’s just say every time I see one I jump for joy, probably because they are so rare in the city.

I heat embossed the butterflies with Black Memento, then used my Stamp N Write markers to bring them to life, of course I had to add Wink Of Stella to make them sparkle. I save all the extras I get from my Paper Pumpkin kit every month so I have a stash of fun labels to use for my sentiments. I stamped the “Happy Birthday” on a vellum label and backed it with a gold foil label, I’m not sure which Paper Pumpkin they came from, but I was glad I had them!

Because I adhered the sentiment with mini glue dots I needed to cover them up because they show right through the vellum and voila a gold faceted gem was just perfect!

 Card Recipe:

Paper:

  • Whisper White card stock 8½ x ¼, scored at 4¼
  • Basic Black card stock 5¼ x 4, scrap for the fence
  • Share What You Love Designer Series Paper 5 x 3¾
  • Petal Pink for butterflies

 Stamps and Thinlets:

  • Painted Glass Stamp Set
  • Stained Glass Thinlits (save 10% when you buy the bundle)
  • Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set for the sentiment

 Color:

  • Rich Razzleberry ink pad (sentiment)
  • Black Memento
  • Versa Mark
  • Clear embossing powder
  • Stamp N Write Markers
    • Black Berry Bliss
    • Crushed Curry
    • Rich Razzleberry
    • Basic Black
  • Wink of Stella

Other:

  • Gold Faceted Gems
  • Big Shot
  • Heat Gun
  • Stamparatus
  • Snail Adhesive
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By |2018-08-13T18:51:46+00:00August 16th, 2018|Birthday, Trends|Comments Off on Painted Glass Birthday with Stampin’ Up

About the Author:

I am a proud mother of 4 and even prouder grandmother of 5. I started "stamping" over 25 years ago and stopped stamping about 10 years after that because I was so frustrated with my results. Enter Pinterest. Inspired by Pinterest and Youtube I got involved again and oh man am I obsessed! I fell in love with Stampin' Up products after seeing all the amazing cards on Pinterest. I chose Stampin' Up because I love how simple it is to make a gorgeous card with all their coordinating colors and products. Hope you enjoy my website.
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