Sunday, November 10, 2013

Birthday Card ~ Another Negative Cut (post #3)

I wanted to give the negative die cutting technique another try.
First I cut a black 2-1/2 x 5-1/2 in. strip of paper then die cut scalloped circles from it.
Next I stamped then colored flowers directly on the pink paper that was then placed behind the black strip.
I attached them to a green base and finished off my card by stamping on the sentiment.

*Card base 5.5 x 4.25 in.
*Flowers from the That's a Wrap stamp set from Flourishes.
*Happy sentiment from the Inside & Out Happy stamp set from Flourishes.
*Birthday sentiment from the Year Two stamp set from Lawn Fawn.
*Scallop circles cut from the Spellbinders Big Scalloped Circles Small die set.
*Copic markers Go7 & R83.
*Memento Tuxedo Black stamp pad.

May your day always be filled with love.
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Flourishes #245 Negative energy
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  1. So pretty. Lovely image and I love the colors.

  2. This is a very pretty birthday card. I like the way you used the three negative die cut scalloped spaces with the pretty roses peeking out. Thanks for playing along at Flourishes Timeless Tuesday challenge.

  3. Wonderful card D! Love that you used a Christmas stamp set for a birthday card - so clever! Thanks for playing along again with our "Negative Energy" challenge at Flourishes!

  4. Beautiful card! I like the way you cut off the dies on the edge of the card! Thanks for playing with us at Loves Rubberstamps!

  5. So pretty. Love the layout. And love how you have used the image. Thank you for joining us over at Loves Rubberstamps. Hugs Nina

  6. Your roses are lovely! Love the design too! Thanks for joining us at Creative Knockouts!


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