Sunday, June 2, 2013

Make A Wish

My friend's daughter celebrates her 16th birthday this week...what a tender time in a teenage girl's life.  So I made this "Make a Wish" birthday card using colorful scraps from previous projects, and I LOVE how it turned out!


My inspiration came from a card I saw on Pinterest. Because the creator didn't put a watermark on their image, I can't give him or her credit.  Sorry!

First, I cut the strips and used my Square Punch to create the flagged ends.  Next, I stamped the sentiment and die cut it.  Once I got everything laid out the way I wanted it, I adhered the flags, popped up the sentiment, and used a little bit of ink splatter and rhinestones to make it all "pop." 

I hope Miss Sweet 16 likes it!

SUPPLIES:

Stamp Set(s):
Make A Wish (item #129219 wood, #129222 clear)

Ink:
Basic Black (#126980)

Paper:
Polka Dot Parade (#126902)
Sunshine & Sprinkles DSP (#126922)--available through 
June 3, 2013
Summer Smooches DSP (#125409)--available through 
June 3, 2013
Island Indigo (#122923)
Tangerine Tango (#111349)
Raspberry Ripple (#126842)
Gumball Green (#126840)
Whisper White (#100730)

Accessories:
Labels Collection Framelits (#125598)
Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker (#100082)
Rhinestone Basic Jewels (#119246)
Color Spritzer Tool (#107066)--available through June 3, 2013
Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)

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Happy crafting!

Lisa

2 comments:

Nicole Tugrul

LOVE IT!!!! I think your use of banners is awesome...looks like washi tape! Yet another card of your that I want to CASE!

Lisa Rhine

Thank you, Nicole! Please feel free to CASE this card. It's super fun for a teen's birthday or anyone of any age for that matter.

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