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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Embossed Numbers Birthday Card

Hi All!

Today's card is a birthday card. I think that it could be given to a man or a woman, adult or child. How versatile, eh?

I love the look of the back ground number paper. It started out as a piece of white paper! I added ink to the flatter side of an embossing folder and when I ran it through the Cuttlebug, the ink transferred to the paper. I love the somewhat distressed "solid" it created.

1. Cut and fold yellow paper to 4.25" x 5.5".
2. Cut white paper to 4" x 5.25", ink embossing folder and run through machine. Adhere it to center of card.
3. Die cut mat stack 3 in yellow. Stamp mat stack 3 on white, fussy cut design, adhere together and then to lower half of card.
4. Cut green piece of paper, tie ribbon around, adhere to card.
5. Die cut star, stamp, and tie to ribbon with twine and button. Stamp sentiment.

Thanks for checkin' it out!

   Paper: yellow card stock, white card stock; Prima- breathe collection
   Stamps: Papertrey Ink- tiny tags, mat stack 3, communique curves sentiments
   Ink: Papertrey Ink- ripe avocado, berry sorbet
   Other: Papertrey Ink dies- tiny tags, mat stack 3; button, twine; Cuttlebug and folder Number Collage

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