Happy Birthday How To

Thanks for stopping back for the how to tips on creating the Happy Birthday Blog Hop entry I shared in yesterday’s post. The scrapbook layout is on the left and the greeting card is on the right in the photos below.

First, the balloon bouquet punch was used to create lots of balloons from Picture Perfect Party designer series paper. It is already sized at 6×6 inches so punching was quick. I just had to strategically place the punch to include colors and not white space in the balloons.

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I then decided to use the full 6×6 inches of the dsp on the scrapbook layout so that all the fun patterns could be enjoyed. The dsp was attached to 12×12 inch crumb cake for stability.

Rich razzleberry 8.5×11 inch cardstock was cut into 4 equal pieces to 4.25×5.5 inches. Whisper white 8.5×11 inch cardstock was cut to about 6 equal pieces for the next layer.

Fresh fig finely woven ribbon was attached using tear n tape as shown below.

Rich razzleberry classic ink was used to keep it simple and accent the dsp.

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The greeting card started with 8.5×5.5 inch rich razzleberry cardstock. The next layer is lemon lime twist cut to 5 3/8 x 4 1/8 inches. Bermuda bay is next at 5×4 inches. Whisper white is about 1/6 of an 8.5×11 sheet. I decided to use all of the stamps on the card that were used in the scrapbook layout.

Quick and colorful!

If you missed the hop, click here to enjoy all the fabulous Happy Birthday projects.

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Thanks for stopping by today!

Happy Birthday from Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

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