Yesterday was her birthday and we always celebrate by giving each other a card and of course .......... any excuse to eat cake.
I started by running a piece of teal cardstock through my Cuttlebug using the Seeing Spots folder and attached it to the pink card base. I just love this pink and teal cardstock from Recollections.
The main image is a stamp from Great Impressions Stamps called Dessert Piled High.... yummmmm
I colored the image in with my Copics and a few Bic Markers. For an extra little bling I used Glossy Accents for the cherry on top, as well as some Stickles in Crystal.
I put two thin layers behind the main image and then used some popdots for dimension but only for the top half.
"Sweet birthday wishes" comes from the Say It Sweet stamp set from Pink By Design. I have a sweet tooth and this stamp set has a lot of great sentiments for anyone who does.
I used the Cuttlebug and the Spellbinders Grommet Tag Die set to cut out and then stamp the sentiment on. I then attached it with some Flower Brads from Recollections that I picked up from Michaels.
I think that everyone should take this advice on their birthday too. I know I do...heeeheee
I used two different stamp sets for the inside of the card. I used the Pink by Design Simply Everything stamp set for the "It's Your Birthday !" and the Inkadinkado Eat Cupcakes set.
I will be posting some more birthday cards soon... May is such a busy birthday month.
I will also be LINKING UP to Pink Cricut this week.
Link Up Tuesday gives you the chance to link a project that you've been working on and see what everyone has been up to in the past week.
You should stop by and take a look, get some inspiration and there's even a chance to win a Memory Box Family Ties Die.
Thanks to Sarah Hamer (from Pink Cricut) for the chance to win such a great prize.