Sunday, 24 January 2016

It's My Party CTC#63




Here it is again, a Sunday evening in summery Melbourne, Australia. I have some friends from not-so-sunny Ireland staying at the moment, but before they arrived I made this birthday card. It's been CASE-d from the card pictured on page 5 of the catty, the one on the right of this picture. I ordered the big, bright, beautiful stack of It's My Party DSP so I have a heap of lovely vivid paper, and some more sedate neutrals too.



A stack like this is great if you want to make matching envelopes, because it works out at less than a dollar a sheet, and what's more, there are 24 different designs, plenty of variety there.

Whisper White was stamped with two of the stamps from Party Wishes before layering it onto the It's My Party DSP. I have to tell you, I really like this big 'happy birthday' sentiment with the built-in shading.





A narrow strip of another paper from the stackwas cut to fit the Washi Punch, just to fancy up the ends, before tying some Melon Mambo Baker's Twine all the way around.


The baker's twine comes in a pack of two, the other shade is Mint Macaroon.  It's My Party Enamel Dots come in two sizes, three shades, and I'm using heaps of them. Instead of the three tiny punched balloons, I used a stamp saying 'make a wish' and then used Wink of Stella to make it look extra-special and festive. This card is quite quick and easy, even easier if you made it one layer like the catalogue version.

If you're itching to buy some new supplies, and you'd like me to be your demonstrator, you can shop online here 24/7.My phone number if you have any questions is 0417 500 681. It would be lovely if your order is a modest one for you to add the hostess code 4G296SCD, at checkout.
If your order is at least $90, not only will Stampin' Up!® ask you to choose a SAB freebie at checkout, I will post you a pack of It's My Party Enamel Dots.
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Cheers, Rachel

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7 comments:

  1. Lovely card. Really like the pink and black combination. :)

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  2. I love your card and the colours you have used. I must use my washi punch more often, it looks great!!

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  3. Lovely card, Rachel. Love the bold contrast of the black DSP,lots of white space and pop of pink.

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  4. This is such a happy colourful card!! I love the sparkly greeting you used instead of the balloons - it looks great!!

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  5. Great CASE! I love how you've included lots of the co-ordinating embellishments Rachel! And that Wink of Stella does add some special sparkle doesn't it?

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  6. Beautiful card Rachel, we used the same card for inspiration and you have used the stamp set to a striking effect.

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  7. I love your take on this card Rachel. The combination of the pink and black is fabulous. Bright and fun, just what you need in a birthday card! The addition of the enamel dots just finish off your card fabulously. Thanks for sharing.

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It is lovely to receive your positive feedback. Thank you for taking the time to comment. Rachel