They say … “It’s Your Birthday”

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Today I am going to share one of the cards that we made at our February Technique Club. If you haven’t heard, I have started an on-line Stampin’ Technique Club. All  you need to do to join for the month is purchase $35 or more (before shipping & handling) from My Website during that current month.

It’s a great opportunity to collect my 6″ x 6″ Technique Sheets! You will also get a minimum of a card or project using that technique. Some of my former club members are already enjoying the benefits… now you can too. Our March technique is our new “Blendabilities” markers!

Today’s cards technique is “Blendabilities meets Heat Embossing”….


We also teamed this technique up with a past technique my club members learned … the Blackboard Technique!

We used the “Balloon Bash” stamp set on our Basic Black cardstock, however you could use our new Blackboard paper that can be found in the Occasions Catalog.

Using designer paper on a card is a very cost effective way to jazz up your card and I used the “Birthday Bash Designer Specialty Paper” for this card. I love the confetti and glitz on this pattern.


Today’s card has an added little punch to it … the little birthday cake from the “Amazing Birthday” stamp set. Also, if you flip open the card, you will see that I’ve added a bit more of the Birthday Bash paper to create a pouch for a gift card!


I love how so many of the Stampin’ Up! stamp sets and accessories coordinate and make our cards dazzle!!

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Hope you are having a wonderful day, and I thank you for dropping by.


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