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Our challenge to you today is to create a card for a belated birthday, and is hosted by our lovely Kim. She had this to say about her challenge:-
Over to our challenge
Milk Coffee Stamps is a digital image shop specialising in cute and girly images. We provide high quality digital images with high resolution so you could resize at a big enough size for your project. We have many different image styles; sophisticated lady, cute girl, whimsical image, cute stuff, fairytale creature, and many other varied themes so they can fit many different crafting styles
With this set of three stamps
I made this Belated Birthday card using a lovely stamp set that I bought from our new sponsors SirStampalot.
I used a MFT stamp set and matching die to make my type writer themed belated birthday card- fingers crossed I won't need to use it this year!
I used an embossing folder and distress inks to make a pocket card to hold a gift card.
A little collection of bee-lated birthday cards. The same image from Pink Pretticoat paired up with different designer papers from Bearly Mine design. As this kind of card gets used a little too often over at my place, I thought it was best to make a little bunch of them.
Used a new stamp, some old embossing folders and my favourite distress inks for this card.
I've used an image from our sponsor - Milk Coffee - and I added the sentiment in Photoshop Elements before printing. I coloured with Promarkers, then finished with some Kate Knight paper and some Spellbinders die cuts.
I've made a clean and simple sewing themed card. Stamps, ink and card are all Stampin' Up. Embossing folder is Tim Holtz. I've tried to emulate the look of washi tape with the embossed strips and sentiment.
I decided to make the sentiment the focal image of the card and went with a simple colour scheme. I have to admit that I struggled with this - and am not completely happy with the results - but I was determined to have a go!!
I used one of the digistamps from our sponsors for my card, but I am not totally happy with the colours as shown in the photograph - they are more subtle in real life! I have used a couture creations embossing folder for the backing paper, and paper flowers made as a combo of bought ones from my stash, and tonic petal pair punches.