Hello, my crafting friends! This evening I have a card share that features a digital stamp, the Bubbles Girl – Mo’s Digital Pencil. My soon-to-be two-year granddaughter loves blowing bubbles, so I decided this image will be perfect for her birthday card. She loves pink and yellow, thus I used the two colors when creating the card.
After coloring the image with various Copic Markers on a piece of white card stock, I cut it out using a Spellbinders oval die. With the remaining card stock, I centered a rectangle die over the negative oval piece and cut out a rectangle with a CottageCutz Double-Stitched Rectangle Die. Using an Our Daily Bread Designs Pierced Rectangles Die, I cut out a second piece of white card stock.
I adhered the first rectangle to the second, placing the image cut out within the first rectangle. Using a strong adhesive, I attached these panels to a Pixie Pink card base.
Lastly, I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment on two corners, added sequins to the other two corners, and embellished the bubbles with Glossy Accents.
I submitted this card for today’s Clean and Simple Challenge on Splitcoaststampers. This challenge is to make a birthday card for someone whose birthday is in the winter time. My granddaughter’s birthday is in December.
Enjoy and thanks for leaving comments!
Stamps: Bubbles Girl – Mo’s Digital Pencil, ODBD Happy Birthday Stamp
Paper: Neenah Solar White and Stampin’ Up! (SU) Pixie Pink (retired) Card Stock
Ink: SU Smoky Slate, Various Copics
Accessories: Spellbinders Oval Dies, CottageCutz Double Stitched Rectangle Dies, Our Daily Bread Designs Pierced Rectangles, Sequins, Be Creative Sookwang Tape, and Glossy Accents
Stamping With Guneaux Designs By Beverly Polen
Firm Reliance on Divine Providence!
Jesus said to his disciples:
“If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first. If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you. Remember these words, ‘No servant is greater than his master.’ “