Thursday, July 27, 2017

Tropical birthday wishes

Hiya crafty friends and welcome.
Today I figured it's about time I blogged about a card I made a few weeks ago. A card that
got my crafty mojo working again.
And I'm only blogging about it now. Sigh.
Here it is:


 and the inside:

Seriously, I don't know why it took me this long to share this card. Because it's 
very mixed media, and I love how it turned out.
The background was made using Magenta Nuance dye powders. I stenciled over it with 
embossing paste using that awesome flower stencil.
I die cut, colored and added Stickles and Wink of Stella to the pineapple and the
hibiscus flower. Love the subtle shimmer to the images!

Oooh! Shimmery!

The Happy Birthday was embossed in gold using the Digits set. 

Well, that's it for now. Guess I should get my behind in gear and do something
about dinner. LOL! Thanks for visiting!


I'd like to enter this at: 
Seize the Birthday  - no topping this time

 



Supplies:
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Pineapple Crush, Get Outta Town, Digits, Happy Birthday
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; VersaMark
DP: scrap
CS: Strathmore Mixed Media paper; Crafter's Companion; Taylored Expressions; Bazzill
Accessories: Magenta - Nuance dye powders: Bright Yellow, Grass Green, Turquoise; 
STAMPlorations - Bold  Florals stencil; Dreamweaver embossing paste; heat gun; water mister; 
Spectrum Noir markers; Paper Smooches - Pineapple Crush dies; Stampendous - Champagne EP; 
Martha Stewart - Arch Lattice punch; Ranger - Diamond Stickles; Wink of Stella pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & Thin 3D foam squares; Recollections - tacky tape  

3 comments:

  1. Super sensational summery card Chris. Soooo tropical. Love the stenciling.

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  2. Love the shimmer and LOVE the pineapple!!!!!
    Woot woot glad you found yer mojo, maybe it was hangin' out with mine, if so, can you send mine home??

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  3. I love the way this came out too, Chris! Just gorgeous! I love your fabulous background and the tropical pineapple and hibiscus. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday!

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