Birthday CASE Cards

I have several birthday cards to send during January, so I have been seeking inspiration and using new-to-me stamps. Pinterest is my friend in seeking inspiration lately.

Happy Birthday Case One
Happy Birthday CASE Two

The two cards above are basically the same. I used retired sets for all of the stamping. The large flowers are from Flower Shop, the birthday sentiment from Bring on the Cake, and the small flower is from Bloomin Love. I used the same colors for both cards: Rococoa Rose, Seaside Spray, and GKD Kraft. The cardstock is GKD Kraft, SU Rococoa Rose or Seaside Spray, and Spectrum Noir White. I added a bit of sparkle and bling to several flowers. I found this idea on Pinterest along with the color mix.

Today I created a card based on the Featured Stampers work on Split Coast Stampers. Back to retired stamp sets for my card.

Featured Stamper FS673

I used Stippled Blossom by SU for the flower and leaves. The sentiment is from PTI Delightful Dalia. I added score lines to the top of the card to provide a bit of interest for the Clean and Simple card. I also had a lot of sparkle on the flower.

Thanks for looking at my parade of cards.

16 thoughts on “Birthday CASE Cards

  1. Great cards. I’m with Bonnie on the last one. The coloring is beautiful. The scored lines really adds a nice touch, one I don’t often think to add.

    1. Thanks Judy. I may make a few more and keep adding the scoring lines, as it leaves interest and inexpensive to mail.

  2. Gorgeous cards, Lisa. Pinterest is a friend of mine too! Seriously your color combinations are striking and I too often forget to add those scored lines which really add so much to a card.

    1. Thanks Gayle. The color combination was fun to stamp with. The scoring lines were a thought that happened when I had so much white space and it needed something else. Glad I went with it.

  3. Lisa, you created some beautiful cards! I love that you get your inspiration from different places. Make sure you post yours on Pinterest, so people can be inspired by you, too.

    1. Thanks! The score lines seem to be a hit, from many who have commented. It seemed like the something that was needed.

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