Remembering Your Birthday, Eleni!

Stampin Up Remembering Your Birthday Card - Mary Fish

Remembering Your Birthday stamp set paved the way for a fresh, fun, “big girl” card for my grandniece, Eleni.

Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge MOJO436

My design was inspired by this week’s Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO436).  The circles had a mind of their own and “strayed” a bit from the original sketch.

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • The circles highlight all four pretty designs in Watermelon Wonder from the 2015-2017 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack.

Stampin Up 2015-17 Designer Series Paper Stack

  • The circles were cropped with the Stampin’ Up! 1 1/4″ Circle Punch

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  • A Whisper White button (Neutrals Designer Buttons) gets bonus personality with Linen Thread and a couple bits of Lost Lagoon for “leaves.”
Stampin Up Remembering Your Birthday

Remembering Your Birthday
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  • One of my favorite tricks is using the Hexagon Punch to crop the flagged end of the sentiment.

Stampin Up Remembering You Birthday Card By Mary Fish

  • A coordinating Crumb Cake Medium Envelope pulls the look together!

Stampin Up Remembering Your Birthday Product Guide - Mary Fish

  • Pin it!  Hover and pin my “how to” photo below to Pinterest for a quick reference.  See more “how to” photos and follow my How to Create Simple Cards board on Pinterest.

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11 Comments:

  1. My kind of pretty card. LOVE the use of circles on a Whisper White panel.

  2. Such a fun card, Mary. I love your “spin” on the sketch. Sweet!

  3. I agree with Kadie….this is my kind of card…..love.love.LOVE!!!!

  4. Thanks so much for your sweet words!

  5. Awww, sweet , and bright !
    Love it !!
    Hugs Frenchie

  6. Oh, such beautiful colors Mary, I love how you punched the words out of the DSP to focus on them and you made this circle the main one.
    Beautiful detail with that pretty button, Thank you for sharing.
    Big Hugs,
    Maria.

  7. I really love how this card can easily be adapted to use supplies I already have on hand. I have difficulty figuring out how to adapt cards with the supplies I have an then give up. I don’t have the particular colors shown here but I can easily find cardstock and coordinating dsps in my stash and make this one! I love that! Plus I am always looking for ways to use up my patterned paper.

  8. Hi Mary,

    You put a LOT into your posts, with such detail!!! I think that your card is so “DO-able” and yet so pretty and effective.

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