Hello my friends! How is your week going? Mine is pretty busy but we all know that I like it like that! LOL! Yesterday Sue came by the Stamp, Ink, Paper Store to help me out for a while. We unpacked and got orders put out and ordered more stuff! Renee had her Christmas Card Club and her peeps stopped by to make their cards and pick up some goodies from me! After work I stopped by Heather’s and picked up something that I had left there this morning when I stopped by for breakfast! Then I came home and had a little dinner with my Parents. After dinner I spent some time working on a few projects in the Stampin’ Galley, yes, I can never get enough craftiness in my day! LOL! Starting tomorrow I have some VERY exciting things to share with you! You won’t want to miss it some make sure that you come by! I’m a little giddy about it so you know it has to be good!
In honor of Sue’s visit to the store I have her Birthday card from last week to share with you today! The card base is Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock. My flowers are from the Altenew Botanical Garden Photopolymer Stamp Set. I stamped the main flower in Hero Arts Intense Black Ink onto a piece of Canson 140lb Watercolor Card using my Mini MISTI. I did a few times to make sure that I got a nice dark clean image. To color it in I used my Gansai Tambi Watercolors and a Waterbrush. In between layers I used my Heat Tool to dry the layers and when I was finished I used the Coordinating Dies to cut it out. On the card front I stamped another image from the set twice to serve as a subtle background. My frame is a piece of Gold Mirror Card that I cut out using the Spellbinders Triple Tear Nestabilities Die. A little Multi-Matte Medium Holds the frame in place and some Foam Tape adheres the die cut flower to the card. My greeting is from the Altenew Painted Greetings Photopolymer Stamp Set and is also stamped in Intense Black. Finally some Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear, Gold and Raspberry Sequins are added around the flower for some more shine! I do love the simple feel to the card and the way the watercolor flower just leaps off the front! I hope that you enjoyed Sue’s Birthday as much as she did! Don’t forget to come back tomorrow for my little surprise! Thanks so much for visiting today! Have a tantalizing Thursday! 🙂
Stamp Sets: Botanical Garden and Painted Greetings Photopolymer (Altenew)
Ink: Intense Black (Hero Arts)
Watercolors: Gansai Tambi (Kuretake)
Card Stock: Solar White 110lb (Neenah)
Specialty: Gold Mirror Card (The Paper Cut) and 140lb Watercolor Card (Canson)
Dies: Botanical Garden (Altenew) and Triple Tear Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Embellishments: Sparkling Clear, Gold and Raspberry Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh)
Adhesives: 3M Foam Tape and Multi-Matte Medium (Ranger)
Tools: Big Shot, Heat Tool and Waterbrush
20 Replies to “Sue’s Birthday Card!”
That’s a beautiful card! So glad your business is going so well!
Thank you Carol!! I’m so happy in my new endeavor! 🙂
Oh, Justin–that is so pretty!
Can’t wait to see what you have in store for tomorrow.
Thanks Leah!! So excited to be part of a sneak peek! 🙂
Wow! This is a stunning card, Justin. I love everything about it!!! It’s great the beautiful flowers have a die. I love the gold mirror “doily” die. OMGoodness, my want list is growing. Have a great day and I know tomorrow’s post will be exciting.
Thank you so much HJ! I do love the coordinating dies with the flowers, makes it so easy! So glad that you enjoyed the card! Hope that you enjoy the post! 🙂
This card is absolutely breathtaking! The central flower just jumps right out at you and the gold circle is the perfect backdrop for it. Your placement of sequins, and your choice of their colors, couldn’t be anymore perfect. This card is just awesome and I’m sure Sue will treasure it always. I know I would.
Beautiful day again today. Sun is shining and temps are supposed to be in the 70’s with little to no humidity. Tonight the hubs will be at a cruise night so I will try out my new stamp set and play with the copper embossing powder. I’m so happy that you have your own stamping store. I just know that one day I will get to visit it. You have yourself a Terrific Thursday my friend. Love and hugs, XXOO 🙂
Thank you very much Grace! I do love the Altenew Stamps and you can never go wrong with some gold! Sue definitely liked the card and I’m glad that you did too!
We had another lovely day here too! I love the weather lately! I hope that you got to play with your stamps and that cool embossing powder! I thank you for getting some goodies through me! I hope that you get to come here!! I trust that you had a good day! Love and big hugs to you! XOXOXO 🙂
Wow I love this one, Justin! That gold embellishment is gorgeous!
Thanks so much Sandy! Love that set! 🙂
Thank You again Justin for my awesome Birthday card! It’s so beautiful in person! I will enjoy it all year as I admire it on my shelf in my craft room! You made me feel very special on my day! xoxo
You are so very welcome Sue! I’m so happy that you like the card! You should feel special because you are!! Love you! XOXO 🙂
Thank you Donna! 🙂
So beautiful! Love this card and your awesome creativity!!
Thanks so much Teresa! 🙂
What a beautiful card. I love the stamp you picked and the colors. The triple tar die is the perfect backdrop fr this image. I’m sure she will reasure this.
My house s done!!!! I love it. Now i need to play sick from work tomorrow so I can get carpets cleaned and start putting things back together. cough, cough…..
Thank you Linda! Love that sketchy look to the flowers in that set! I’m enjoying the Spellbinders dies, they are fun!
YAY! That seemed to go quick, at least from this end! LOL! Hope you “feel” better! 🙂
*So* pretty, Justin! I can see why Sue loved it!!!
Thank you so much EL! 🙂
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