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Silhouette Birthday

>> Sunday, July 6, 2014

Hi all,  I hope everyone has enjoyed there holiday weekend, I sure have.I have a lot of male birthdays coming up in the next few weeks, so this the first one.

I started by using the painters tape technique with Memento Lilac Poise,Tangelo,and Cantaloupe ink. Then stamped the Silhouette Background Tree with Olive Grove. This was cut with a Rectangle Die and layered on to green card stock. The brown layer was stamped with the Lines O"Plenty Background stamp.The green border was cut with a die and I sponged the edges with Rich Cocoa ink. I added two brads and then used the twine and tied a knot.I used foam tape to pop this up. The Tiny Happy Birthday was stamped with Rich Cocoa Ink layered on green card and pop up. A green layer was added on a cream card.

Have a Wonderful Day,



Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So pretty, Janett! Love your painter's tape bg and die cut border.

Shelia said...

Awesome masculine card, Janett. I really like the background & die cut border.

Karin said...

That technique looks really cool! Awesome birthday card :)

Casmiles said...

How do you do the painters tape technique - this card is great and I'd love to use the technique as well! Thanks!

Samantha said...

Very nice, Janett! Love that technique and your fun layers! Great card!

Janett said...

Hi Casmiles,I wrote a how to on my blog. Hope this helps. Janett

Sue said...

Your painters tape technique came out perfect and I love how you used it with the trees and the twine is the perfect finishing touch!

Robin Clendenning said...

Wow, you did a great job with the masking tape technique! It's not always easy to make it look good. Yours is beautiful!! Love your bg stamp and your silhouette stamp too!!

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