Saturday, January 19, 2013

SC419 - Birthday Girl

Hi Everyone....

I was asked to do a card for a little girl who is turning 7..so I chose to follow the SCS sketch for this week...





 This is the card I did for her....
 

I was given these cute little flower soft teddies to apply Flower soft too, and I thought she would really like them....





I used Raspberry Fizz, Ocean ,and Sand Flower Soft..




I did use foam tape on each layer...but it was the thinner, and didn't raise them up very much, I'm not sure it shows...This was a fun card to do....Thanks to my DD for gifting me these little images...hugs to ya dear!!

Recipe:
Stamps: none
Paper: Black, DSP from my stash.
Ink: none
Accessories: Computer for the Sentiment, Pink sheer ribbon, bow easy, (I have Becca's Bow maker, but haven't mastered it yet) thin Foam Tape, Liquid Glue, Glue Gun, and Love!!

Thanks for looking...do come and play at SCS

Blessings & Hugs
Jan 


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5 comments:

JD said...

I first saw this on Split Coast, and thought it was adorable, but on Split Coast, you can't enlarge and see how fluffy and adorable the flower soft looks on those images, makes the card look even more special. Perfect for a 7 year old, she can not only see the pretty card and images...she can touch it! (We all know how children like to do that...LOL
Blessings, Jill

Kelly said...

Oh Jan, this card is precious. Perfect for a 7 year old girl. Great take on the sketch challenge and I love your choice of paper.

Joanna said...

Lovely card :)

Marie-Louise said...

All of the cards on you blog are really beautiful. If you look on my blog at the bottom of the post it says Linkwithin - if you click on that you enter your details and it will load onto your blog and post the thumbnails automatically - it is really easy. My blog address is www.myworld-marie-louise.blogspot.com

Audrey Ann said...

OMGracious Jan - this is pure sweetness! Your coloring is amazing - and your DD did good with these images!
Blessings,
Audrey