For this birthday card I used a red card stock and two patterned paper with birthday items. The red stamped cake is from the Stampin'Up set "Make a Cake". For the numerics I used black glitter embossing powder and my heat embossing gun. The sentiment is from the Stampin'Up set "Zur Feier des Tages".
My cousins daughter celebrated her 5th birthday in July and I made her the following card, using the Stampin'up "All in the family" girl in the middle circle. I used the heat embossing technique on the corners of all circles.
I bought a new set of paper flowers and wanted to use them right away. I was inspired by a card from Jenfa Cards. I didn't use a sentiment as I didn't want to ruin it. I like the twirl of the stem as they fit perfectly to the embossing folder.
I don't use ribbon that much, so when I saw the card from Cristina Kowalczyk I knew what to do with my different kind of ribbons. As I have so much ribbon in all kind of blue tones I made a male card and surprised my grandfather with it to his 87th birthday.
For this birthday card I used different washi tapes for the background and threaded alpha beads on a yellow/white twine. It is my first card where I used the alpha pearls. I was inspired by a card from Stampelomi.
My uncle celebrated his 40th birthday and I used the Stampin'Up set "Fishin' around" as he as a couple of aquariums in his home. I colored the fishes and bubbles with my copic markers. The sea star and the shell are stickers I added to the scenery. From a patterned paper I added the cake with the candle and the two party hats.
For this card I used my new stamp set from Marianne Design " Eline's Huis". I love the Air Mail, hand writing stamp and Postage stamp. I have a die in the shape of a postage stamp I used with an embossing folder showing a present. I had some patterned paper left with Paris sights I used and at the bottom I used the sentiment "I think of you". I don't know yet, who will be the lucky one to receive this card. ;-)
My best friend is expecting her second child, a son, and I made her the following card, where I wished her all the best for her pregnancy. I was inspired by a card from Melinda Spinks on Pinterest. I immediately loved the simply design of that card.