Top note 30th birthday wishes …

One of my favourite designer series paper from this year’s main catalogue from Stampin’ Up! has to be “beyond the garden”.  The colours are so bright and cheerful, and the floral patterns are so pretty.  So, when I needed a 30th birthday card I just had to use some of this gorgeous designer paper.

I adhered the designer paper onto a confetti white cardstock base and wrapped a length of marina mist grosgrain ribbon (retired) around it. I used the new framelit dies from the summer mini catalogue to cut an aperture in the centre of a top note die cut in crumb cake.  I popped this up on stampin’ dimensionals and used it to frame the number and birthday greeting.  For that touch of luxury, I finished off with some adhesive pearls.

All supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: cardstock: confetti white, very vanilla, crumb cake, bashful blue, marina mist, whisper white; stamp sets: happiest birthday wishes hostess set; ink: marina mist; punches: square, itty bitty shapes; accessories: stampin’ dimensionals, adhesive pearls, marina mist grosgrain ribbon (retired), top note die, labels framelet dies, timeless type junior alphabet & numbers dies, big shot die cutting machine.

Thanks for dropping by today

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3 Comments to “Top note 30th birthday wishes …”

  1. What a lovely card, think I may have to case this one… you are so inspirational!

  2. This is lovely Gill, I love how you’ve cut the aperture in the Top Note – now why didn’t I think of that :0)
    Margaret x

  3. Hi Gill ! Love the way you have used these dies – very creative ! The DSP works well as the background to the card – don’t have this paper as you can never see how lovely the designs are in the cattie – so pretty ! Jane x

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