One Design…….. Four cards.

September and October are busy months for birthdays in my family, a Sister-in-law and a Great Niece in September and a Granddaughter in October. I saw a design for a card with a ‘dangly’ star and plenty of bling made by Connie Stewart which would be perfect for the ‘littlies’, then I worked thru a version for my Sister-in-Law………. here are the results.

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The blue version is make in Pool Party with Island Indigo ink, the pink versions are made in Pink Piroutte with Melon Mambo ink and the one on the left is in Melon Mambo card and inks.

imageimageThe ‘star’ cards were made using Stampin’ Up!’s Star Framelits and the Something to Say stamp set, I also used Memorable Moments stamp set to put the little numbers onto the dangling stars for the babies.
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This card used the Labels Collection Framelits with the tiny flower from Something to Say and center flower used the Flower Shop Stamp set.

I used the 3 smallest size shapes in both the star and labels cut-outs.

 

 

 

The card bases measured 11 x 4 1/4, scored at 5 1/2.  Scraps of Whisper White card and  Silver Glimmer Paper were used for the embellishments.  This is a very economic card to make and not too bulky to put in the mail to England.

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Memorable Moments

Something to Say

Something to Say

 

 

 

 

Star Framelits

Star Framelits

Labels Collection Framelit

Labels Collection Framelit

 

 

 

 

 

I hope you enjoyed the cards 🙂

My Project 4-001Happy Stamping 🙂

If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalog, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team I’d most definitely like to hear from you.

 

 

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