Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Growing in Unity Day 2 - Another Birthday Card

Hello again!

For this second day of Growing in Unity week, I want to show you another birthday card. I used Scor-tape to stick the confetti and microbead for the card's background.

I used the birthday cake from Happily Ever After kit.

Please leave a comment. At the end of the week, I will pick a lucky person that will win 2 Itty Bitty stamps of her/his choice.

Thanks for reading this post.

Supplies:
-DCWV glitter cardstock
-Brown cardstock
-Gold microbead
-Confetti
-Papertrey Ink black cardstock
-Spellbinders Pinking Circle die
-White embossing powder
-Happily Ever After kit

18 comments:

  1. So fun and colorful with all of the confetti. :)

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  2. Fun and colorful card, Anna. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. What an awesome background! Great birthday card!

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  4. Very fun background for a birthday card!

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  5. The microbeads and confetti make a very fun background!

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  6. I love how you made that confetti/microbead background! So colorful. What a great card!

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  7. Great bg technique! Your card just screams PARTY TIME!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  8. This is a really fun birthday card.

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  9. Lovely and different
    looking. I like the
    background.
    Carla from Utah

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  10. What a Happy card! All those bright pretty colors on a microbead background. Glad you told how you put them down as I just got a little bottle and just wasn't sure. The embossing on the cake just really makes it pop! Thank you for sharing!

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  11. Super fun card with the background confetti. TFS

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  12. What a fun birthday card, it has lots of *pop*! :)

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  13. Love the cake and the background paper.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  14. Love that cake image against the fun patterned paper!

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  15. Sweet card, it looks like sprinkles.

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  16. I was thinking the same thing, that the background looks like cake sprinkles!

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