Fruity Birthday

I have another card that I created with fruit for the Mod Squad Challenge. It has been posted from Split Coast Stampers. I am also entering this in the Simon Says Stamp challenge.

https://modsquadchallenge.com/summer-lemons/https://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-anything-goes-74/

The oranges came from You’re the Sweetest and the leaves from Anemone Wishes, both from Gina K Designs. The sentiment came from a Hero Arts set.

I saw this idea on Pinterest and it looked fun to create. I used SU Tangerine Twist ink, marker, and cardstock on this card. The green leaves are Fresh Asparagus ink and cardstock from Gina K Designs. The ribbon is Old Olive. I made the stripes using a ruler and marker. I cut the orange slices with a 1 3/4 inch circle punch, then sliced a few in half. This was fun to create. Thanks for stopping by to take a look.

11 thoughts on “Fruity Birthday

    1. Thanks! I took the colors totally off the card I saw on Pinterest. I did change the ribbon and my leaves and drew my own patterned paper. So, I guess not a complete CASE.

  1. Lisa, this is a wonderful card! I love the Tangerine Twist color and it worked perfectly for your oranges. It’s great that you just cut some in half for your smaller pieces, too. Smart thinking to create your own background and that olive ribbon is beautiful. It’s always better when you change things up a bit, even if the main idea is from someone else’s work. That little bit makes it all yours.

    1. Thanks Golda! The ribbon was cut and laying in my drawer waiting for a place to go. This was the perfect place.

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