Today I am posting a birthday card I made for my daughter and another card for a challenge. Charlotte turns TWENTY today!!! Below is the card I created for her.
I used the "Sending Sweet Celebrations Wishes" by Stacey Yacula from My Favorite Things for the images on my card.
I used Copic markers to color in the little fox and the penguin. The sentiment is a negative die cut from Simon Says Stamp.
Charlotte always wants me to make cards for her on her birthday and I had to to a special one this year because she is not only turning twenty, but is stuck doing all her college classes from home. I thought these images would cheer her up!!
I will write something nice on the inside of the card. I need to start making my insides fancier but I have a hard enough time doing the outside!!!
I had to include some recent photos of my daughter from a photo shoot we had this fall for our Christmas card. NONE have been approved by her and most are straight out of the camera. I hate altering pictures!!
I tend to like the photos where she is showing her personality!!! I just LOVE this kid!! She is the BEST thing that has come into my life. Not everyday was a piece of cake but I would not change her for the world! I hope this year brings you such happiness!!!!
Okay, now onto the card I created for a challenge. I have not been able to play with CASE this Sketch
in a while and decided that I HAD to do this weeks sketch #400
I did switch it up a bit. In lieu of the stripes, I used a scrap of wood plank pattern paper from one of my cards from yesterday. I layered this paper over a Stone colored cardstock background.
I then chose to adhere snowflake die cuts in different sizes over each other. These tended to get lost so I used a bit of Copic Marker in the W grays to give them a bit of shadow.
You don't notice it unless you are looking for it but it just gets the snowflakes a tiny pop so you can differentiate them from each other!
I know the sketch did not have a sentient strip but I had to use one on this card because I had no room to orientate it. I decided to stamp it in dark gray ink onto red cardstock.
I then adhered a combo of mirrored sequins and red sequins randomly around the front to give it some more POP!! I have to say, I LOVE how it came out!!!
Well, that is all from me today. I want to thank you for taking the time to stop by!! Have a FABULOUS day!!!
Happy Birthday to Charlotte! Your cards are fantastic but your girl steals the spotlight! My favorite is the one of her sitting on the rock by the water!
Nora, I'm so glad your gorgeous card was chosen as a favorite this week at CTS... stunning card - beautiful girl!
Oh how beautiful! Both your card and your gorgeous daughter! She looks so joyful and happy in these images - you must be so proud! Wishing you all a very happy and wonderful Christmas xoxo
Endlessly joyful birthday month wishes to your DD! Twenty is a stellar age to reach. One is an adult, but still able to bask in the glow and glory of youth. I really hope that your daughter had a fantastic b-day celebration and the coming year is amongst the best she's ever experienced.
Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
PS: Stunning cards!
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