Stampin’ Up! PCCCS169 & CCMC380 Happy Birthday!

November 10, 2015

Do you have a friend who likes “bling” and has a winter birthday?  Then maybe this is the card for you.  I used the sketch challenge from Paper Craft Crew & the color challenge from Create with Connie and Mary.  One thing I have found is that the Delicate Ornament Die is a keeper.  The smallest die can be used for any occasion and of course I used it again on this card.  I heat embossed the sentiment with Black embossing powder and the red glimmer bow tops it off.

Thank you for stopping by today!



Stamp: Tin of Cards Paper: Black, Real Red, Smoky Slate, Vanilla, Red Glimmer, Black Glimmer, Timeless Elegance DSP Ink: Versamark Accessories: Black EP, Bow Builder Punch, Delicate Ornament Die, Red Ribbon, Decorative Label Punch, Rhinestone, Dimensionals

Here are the challenges that inspired my card:

Paper Craft Crew Challenge 169. #papercraftcrew #cardsketch


Items Used:

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7 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! PCCCS169 & CCMC380 Happy Birthday!

  1. Superstampgirl (@Superstampgirl)

    Hi Kathie, this is the second card I’ve seen that combined both the Create with Connie and Mary challenge with our sketch this week and it works beautifully with their colors and our sketch. Love that red sparkling bow – it’s the icing on the card! Thanks for joining us again at the Paper Craft Crew this week! Crystal

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  2. Connie Babbert

    Oh, love the black lace DSP to go along with the Red Glimmer Bow! Very elegant! Love how you layered the little design element with 3 different colors, too! Thanks for playing along with the color challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary!

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