Elizabeth Craft Designs Cupcake Birthday Card

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I made this stacked cupcake birthday card using the cupcake die from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  I was inspired by Jackeline Hernandez’s card.  The stitched oval dies are also from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  I slit the bottom two cupcakes so I could slide the cupcakes into each other.  I also used pop dots to give the card added dimension. I hope my great-niece likes it.

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Heartfelt Creations Cards

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I love the Heartfelt Creations stamps, dies and paper.   Here are some cards  I made using their products.2016-03-29 14.33.06

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Birthday Card Using Heartfelt Creations Sun Kissed Fleur and Karen Burniston Accordion Card

Here’s a birthday card I made using Heartfelt Creations Sun Kissed Fleur paper, stamps and dies and Karen Burniston’s Pivot Accordion card die.  Love the colors in the Sun Kissed Fleur paper pack and the flowers are easy to color and form.  I watched a video on how to put the pivot card together and it really made it easy.  Hope you like the card. The first picture is the card folded flat.

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Disney/Pixar Car Birthday Cards

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 Today I made two Disney/Pixar Cars birthday cards using the Cricut cartridge.  My grandson is turning 3 this week and wants a Cars birthday party.  He loves the movie and playing with the little cars and trucks. Of course Lightning Mc Queen is his favorite.  I made two cards, one to mail for his actual birthday and one to give him at his party.  The cards are both 5×7.   I am glad I have the cartridge and book to see how this car goes together.  It is a little tricky.  Once I made the first, the second was a lot easier.  I cut both cars out at 3.75 inches.  Anything smaller would have been too difficult to assemble as there are several very small pieces.   The image is measured top to bottom and was the largest measurement I could use on a 5×7 card. They are wide cars.  I can’t wait to try some of the other cars and images on this cartridge.  They really are cute.

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Winnie the Pooh birthday Card

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I made this Winnie the Pooh birthday card for a friend’s daughter’s second birthday.  I used the Pooh and Friends cart and paper from my stash.winnie the pooh20150129_145632 winnie the pooh20150129_145623

Firetruck Box Card

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I made this Firetruck Box Card for my grandson’s 2nd birthday. It was a lot of work but worth it.  The file is from the silhouette store  Design ID #62667 and there is a tutorial for you to follow.  fire truck20150204_185000 Firetruck 20150203_171719 firetruck side20150204_185038

Male Birthday Card

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Today I made a male birthday card using the golf  birthday file from Imagine That.  I used the print and cut feature on my Cameo for the golf bag, sentiments and paper.  I also used the offset feature to create the white border around the images.  This is an A2 size card.  I pop dotted the golf bag to give it some more dimension.  I used the same paper for the inside and added a golf club and golf ball.golf card20150127_124600 golf inside card20150127_124632


Birthday Pop UP Card

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Well now that the holidays are over, I  have been working on replenishing my card stock.   Today I made a birthday pop up card.  The card base is from the silhouette on-line store Happy Birthday / Cupcake Sentiment Set Scallop Pop-Up Card Set.  I love how this card came together.  I changed it up a little by adding the cute cup cake girl image from SVG Cutting files.  The papers were from my stash.  I used my Cameo for the cuts.  I used a Peachy Keen stamp for her cute face.










Pop-Up Birthday Cards Using Silhouette Print and Cut

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Here are two birthday cards I made for my granddaughters using the Silhouette Print and Cut feature. They both have December birthdays.  One will be 5 and the other will be 2.  The older one loves anything Frozen and the younger one loves the Shrek movies.  The Anna, Elsa and the castle on the inside  are from the LD Ice Princess graphic set.  The Shrek is an image I traced.  The inside paper and cup cake are  Imagine That digi papers.  Both cards have pop-up surprises inside.  It is hard having a birthday  the Frozen card20141204_141430 frozen front20141204_141652 frozen popup inside20141204_141444 Shrek20141204_141344 inside cupcake pop up20141204_141414 week before Christmas but we try to make them very special.

SVG Cuts Tea Pot Box Card

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I made this SVG Cuts Tea Pot Box Card for my mom’s birthday.  She is a huge coffee drinker so I consider the pot to be a coffee pot. LOL   I used all the  layers provided by SVG Cuts.  The box takes a little time to assemble but once you make one of this type, it is easy.  I find choosing the paper to be the hardest part of any card.  I added some bling to the flowers–little gems I had in my stash.   I also added some sparkle with Wink of Stella glitter pens.  An envelope  layer is provided but I think I might have one that it will fit.  The finished card is a little bit larger–in height then the standard A2 card.coffee cup box card20141120_142350coffeepot box card 0141120_142336 coffee cup box card20141120_142319

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