Clearly Big Birthday Wishes

Hello friends!  Hope you are having a good weekend so far!  I have a really fun card to share with you today using a couple of the new December releases from Sparkle N Sprinkle!  I’ve combined digital papers, digital images and also rubber stamps all with a unique twist!  Check it out:

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I have made a fun “clear/see-through” card using the new Sparkle N Sprinkle A Big Birthday Wish rubber stamp set as well as the new Violets for You Digital Bundle.  (It comes with several gorgeous digital papers -some of which I’ve used on this design!)

To create the clear panel on the front of my card, I just used a standard A2 sized white top folding card base and cut off the front of it by leaving about 1″ at the top of it.  Then taking some SnS embossable acetate, I white heat embossed the “happy” sentiment all over it and cut it down to size to fit the front of the card and leaving enough “over-hang” so that I could attach it to the 1″ at the top of the card base. (I’ve used some Tear-ific Tape to attach it.)

I took a white panel and heat embossed the “birthday” & “wishes” sentiment with Berry Bliss EP and then layered a piece of black cardstock behind it.  I then white heat embossed the “wishes” sentiment over a strip of black card stock that I’ve cut into a banner and placed this underneath the “birthday”.

I’ve printed out the flower image and butterfly image from the Violet’s for You Digital Bundle.  I colored them with Copic markers, but there are several pre-colored ones if you prefer to do that.  For the top of the card, I’ve used some 1/4″ Tear-ific Tape and burnished some Caspia Sea glitter over it.  (I thought the color matched up beautifully with the digital papers from this set!)  For the bottom of the card front, I’ve cut a white strip of cardstock with a scallop die and then added a thin strip of Nuvo Burnished Rose Mirror cardstock over it.

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Having a closer look at the butterfly, you can see the sparkle on it.  I achieved this by using some Sparkle N Sprinkle Brushable Glue (it dries clear) and then spinkling some Diamond Dust Glitter over it.

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Because you can see through the front of the card, I wanted to make sure that my adhesive didn’t show on the back of the acetate on the inside, so I took a another piece of the Nuvo Burnished Rose Mirror cardstock slightly larger than the panel on the front and attached it on the inside lining it up with the front panel.  Then I cut a piece of those pretty digital papers from the digi bundle and attached it to the inside of the card.  I’ve also cut an additional white panel and lined it up with the other front panels so that you can’t see it from the front of the card, but when you open it, it gives you a place to put a message inside.

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Here the card is laying flat so that you can see how it looks completely closed up with all of the layers showing together.  This was a really fun one to put together!  Hope you’ve enjoyed my card today!  Thanks for dropping in!

**Please be sure to follow the Sparkle N Sprinkle blog for inspiration from the design team and don’t forget that we also have a fun Facebook Group so you can share your Sparkle N Sprinkle creation, join the challenge or see live videos and ask questions!  There is also a fun Challenge blog that you play along with us too!**

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Here’s the list of Sparkle N Sprinkle products I’ve used on my card today:

Stamps:  Violets for You (Digital bundle with papers) DIGI925-4008FS, A Big Birthday Wish stamp set 931P8

Embossing Powders:  Berry Bliss EP313, White EP166

Glitter:  Microfine Caspia Sea GM2048, Ultrafine Diamond Dust G1116

Ink:  VersaMark VM001

Papers:  Embossable Acetate 99602, Mirror Cardstock Satin Effect-Burnished Rose 9488e

Adhesives:  SnS Brushable Glue 540, 1/4″ Tear-ific Tape SAT16, Dimensional Glue 539

Tools:  Static Free Bag 99512, Glitter Brush SG1400, Glass Media Mat 1914e

 

Challenges I’d like to enter this card for:

  1.  Not Just Cards – Just for Fun Anything Goes
  2. Crafty Catz – Anything Goes twist:  “Do what you like best” (coloring/embossing/glitter)
  3. QKR Stampede – Anything Goes #326

 

Author: *Vicki*

I'm so happy you found me! I love to share smiles with my handmade cards! I also enjoy papercrafts through art journaling, scrapooking and mixed media projects too! I would love for you to join my blog for updates with my creative art journey! Thanks for stopping by!

23 thoughts on “Clearly Big Birthday Wishes”

  1. Let me catch my breath it is stunning and so many elements from glitter to embossing and purple lov purple. You have done an amazing job on this beautiful card. Wish my birthday was coming up soon. LOL

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  2. Wow, Vicki! Your recipient will enjoy celebrating with your clear card! The embossed happy is a fantastic idea, and the pretty digital paper is wonderful seen through the acetate! It’s a beautiful design! xx

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  3. Oh dear you know what I love Butterfly I love the way you added glitter on it and I love your design this is sooo adorable Vicki….jaw drop…I dont know what to tell …AMAZING Card
    huugsss
    Monika

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  4. Vicki, I love this awesome card! You did a fantastic job of using acetate for the front of the card and embossing on it as well. Wow! The “birthday” sentiment is so beautiful and really stands out. The glittery butterfly is beautiful as well! Vicki, you did a great job of designing this card and the recipient will be elated with it. Love the card!

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  5. Amazing card. Love the acetate and the bling. Thanks for joining us at QKR Stampede this week. DT Kathy [https://myasperations.blogspot.com]

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  6. I love acrylic see through cards and this one is really special. The color combo of pink, black and white looks so very pretty, and the butterfly is awesome! Wording is a fun touch too. Whoever receives this wonderful birthday card is going to just love it.

    Hugs
    Sue

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