Happy 29th Birthday

Happy 29th Birthday

Happy 29th Birthday

A friend recently commented that his 29th birthday was fast approaching.  I saw this as the perfect opportunity to use two new stamps I had recently added to my collection. (He is not 29….. and I am not 110 pounds!)  The image on the front is an Art Impressions wood mount stamp (distributed by Hampton Art) that I purchased at AC Moore.  There is no name on the stamp, but the item number is PS0919. (Over at the Ai blog, it is referred to as “Ai Girlfriend Birthday Celebrate!”)   The inside stamp is another Ai stamp from the “Girlfriends” collection (UMF3572).

I created a cut file with my Silhouette software and stamped the images on the die cuts I created.  (I included the file below in case you have this stamp and a Silhouette Electronic die cutting machine.)

AI PS0919 image of cut file

Click  Art Impressions PS0919 Cut File to download file.

Click (HERE) for a tutorial on how to line the stamp up perfectly on the die cut.

Copic Markers were used to color the image (skin: E00, E31, E57, E04 (mouth); hair: E57; Cake: E57, E59, E40, B34; Clothes: B39, B34)  along with a Sakura clear glitter pen for a little touch of sparkle.

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(Click on photo to see the sparkle.)

Once cut and colored, she was mounted on an Action Wobble spring.

Happy Birthday Friend

The white panel was embossed with a Cuttlebug Swiss Dot embossing folder.  The solid blue card stock is Gina K Blue Denim.  The striped panel is digital paper from a set called “Yankee Fan” that I purchased from a store called happyheartstudios on Etsy (HERE).

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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