Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Be-Tween Birthday Card


Today's card was made for a young girl just entering her teens, and I kept it simple with strips of some Lawn Fawn and unknown dsp on a black card base. The "happy" is a die cut from Simon Says Stamp, while the "birthday" is a die cut from Sweet'n Sassy stamps. I cut the "birthday" with some flashy raspberry mirror cardstock for some sparkle and shine. I'm loving that I can use those saved snippets of dsp to make quick and easy cards like this!

I'm entering this into the following challenges today:

Tuesday Throwdown #261 - anything goes

Shopping our Stash #218 - Mirror, Mirror, use something reflective

Cuttlebug Mania September Challenge - anything goes (used my Big Shot to die cut the words)

Snippets Playground #193 - must use snippets

Thanks for popping in today and I wish you a wonderful Wednesday!

Carol

18 comments:

scrAPpamondo said...

Wow! This raspberry mirror cardstock really pop-out from the banners! Great look for this word! I also love the banners and these made with scraps pieces are so fresh and perfect for a new teens young girl!!

SARN said...

Afternoon Carol . . . thanks for entering this lovely snippets card into the SNIPPETS PLAYGROUND . . . it's perfect for a young teen.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Liz said...

A perfect card for a teenager and what a great way of using up those snippets of pattterned paper. xx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Using different fonts for this card is perfect--it adds to the celebratory feel, especially that fancy schmancy mirrored stuff. Fun card!

jimlynn said...

Carol, this is a great card for a teen! Love the shine on "birthday" and all those colorful banners! Very good mix of patterned paper too.
Lynn

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Carol, perfect design for a teenager.
Pauline
x

Jean said...

A fabulous card for in-betweenie. The banners are real pretty and the raspberry mirror card is fantastic.
Jean x

Donna Hanley said...

This card look perfect for a young girl, just the right amount of bling with that mirror paper. All the banners go nice together. Enjoy the evening.

CraftyGirl said...

Lovely project, I am very glad you entered this week at Tuesday Throwdown. I hope you had fun!!! See you back very soon to play in another fun challenge.

TTFN,

CraftyGirl
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Stampsnob. said...

Very nice Colorful and simple no room for attitude........Lis

Eve Maynard said...

Hi Carol
your card is absolutely perfect for a teenager and I love all of those pretty papers and fun sentiment.

I'm off to the playground now to pass on the tag!!! LOL - what fun!!
Thanks for visiting my blog and the tip off to where the choclit is stashed!!
Eve xx

aussie aNNie said...

Fabulous design, really love this creation and all the fab details. x {The Journey Is The Start aNNie my personal blog}

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

I have been looking at most of the challenges you entered this in. Great job for a Tween. That is a very hard age. Love the mirror, mirror part!

Chris D. said...

Way to use up those bits of paper! Love that shiny birthday greeting! Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

JD/ Jill said...

Pretty card! And it is a great way to use some of those paper bits I have! Thanks for the inspiration!

nwilliams6 said...

Great way to use some paper and the foil is so festive! Great Birthday card. Hugz

Donna said...

Fab card Carol! Love the banners and that birthday die!
Thanks for joining the Shopping Our Stash crew for our "Mirror Mirror" challenge this week!!

Kimbo said...

I love your colourful card - a great way to use up your snippets

Thanks for playing along at Cuttlebug Mania this time x