Saturday, September 12, 2009

Happy Birthday, Rosa Elena!

This card is actually a belated birthday card for my friend, Rosa Elena. I really like the Razzleberry Lemonade paper. This card uses the same colors as the card I made yesterday.

For this card, I made my own chipboard again with my QuicKutz Silhouette by cutting the word "birthday" 3 times from Melon Mambo cardstock and gluing the 3 layers together. To repeat the pattern on the ribbon, I used my Sakura pen to add dots to the birthday chipboard.

Thanks for looking and have a good one!

Card Ingredients
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes (I masked off the stamp to only get the word Happy)
Paper: Crushed Curry (textured), Melon Mambo, Razzleberry Lemonade
Ink: Chocolate Roan Craft Ink (ColorBox)
Tools: QuicKutz Silhouette, Embossed Curve Punch (EK Success)
Other: Melon Mambo ribbon, White gelly roll pen (Sakura)

10 comments:

Ashley Cannon Newell said...

OMG Awesome job creating your own letters! They're beautiful! The polka dot pattern is a perfect touch. Love it all!!

clouds shadler said...

wow Anthonette! you're on a roll here, what beaitiful card! The more I see you use your Quickutz the more I want one hehe, super cute! I love it!

Hugs
Clouds :D

sarahmartina said...

O. my. goodness! THIS IS ADORABLE!!! Make ME SOME!!! LOL... I lvoe your colors...and the polkas look so perfect!

Ann said...

LOVE the dotty sentiment! Such a fun card!

Mary J said...

I love the combination of colours and patterns Anthonette - a big "wow" from me! Thx for sharing!

Jessica said...

WOW!! This card is so pretty. The color combo is awesome and yes the letters look so pretty in polka dots. Excellent design :)

~amy~ said...

Love this...the colors...everything and you are a clever girl with your white gel pen...I gotta remember that!!!

ScrapyCrafter said...

Esta Precioso! {heart}it!!!

Yaneri

Savitri said...

This is too gorgeous!! LOVE your colors, lady!!

creationsceecee said...

Anthonette, how clever those letters!!!
Gorgeous stuff.
CC