Memorable moments floral birthday …

I love the memorable moments stamp set from Stampin’ Up!  The cursive font of the sentiments is really lovely and looks so great next to the stylish numbers.

80th birthday

My friend, Diane, asked me to make a card for her aunt so I knew which stamp set to turn to.

I first stamped the greeting and then cut this out with the labels collection framelits.

Layered onto a slightly larger label in pool party, and popped up on some dimensionals, it made a real feature of the sentiment.

80th birthday close up

A variety of flowers punched out in pool party and silver cardstock were added, with whisper white circles made with the owl punch.

The owl punch gives the perfect size centres for the flowers.

Diane asked me to make a cake too, so I used the same colours …

80th birthday cake for Pam

Here’s what you need to make today’s card – all supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

cardstock: pool party, whisper white, brushed silver; stamps: memorable moments; ink: basic grey; punches: itty bitty punch pack, owl; accessories: labels collection framelits, blossom party die, big shot, stampin’ dimensionals.

Thanks for dropping by today


5 Comments to “Memorable moments floral birthday …”

  1. I love both the card and the cake Gill, they compliment each other beautifully. Debs x

  2. Both beautiful Gill, which numbers and letters mould do you use on your cakes? x

  3. Gill, these are wonderful, love the colours too, there is going to be one lady very thrilled.

  4. You are amazing! Your cakes and your cards…fabulous! I love the softness of your card design and Pool Party is just a perfect color! Love the different shapes of flowers and how you laid them out! TFS!

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