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Happy 50th!!

>> Monday, September 5, 2016

My card today is for a friend who's birthday is October 31. When I saw DRS Designs new Grim Reaper image (963G), I knew I had to use it to make a birthday card for my friend.


I started by stamping the grim reaper image (963G) onto white CS with Versafine Black Onyx ink, using the MISTI to ensure a clear image. Next I stamped part of the Birthday Multi Greeting along with the 50th from the 50th Anniversary stamp. This panel and the orange panel were die cut with nesties. A black and orange ribbon was added before attaching everything to the black card base. A corner punch was used to round the corners of the card base.

On the inside some single candles were stamped with pumpkin pie ink and the new Remember the Ghoul Times greeting (969D) was stamped with Versafine Black Onyx ink.



Thanks for stopping by today,
shelia

8 comments:

Janett Ray said...

What a great ideal Shelia! Everything about this birthday card is perfect.

Gail said...

Great for a Halloween birthday and of course anyone turning 50 nice job!

Robin Clendenning said...

Hey, my daughter's birthday is on Halloween! Ha! I should send her a card like this! I think she turns 39 this year! Maybe I'll wait for the 40th, LOL!
This is such a cute idea!

nwilliams6 said...

Sheila, what a fun idea this is for using this new Grim Reaper image. This image is a super way to poke fun at a birthday (for friends and family with good senses of humor). Love the colors too. Hugz

Karin said...

So, so brilliant! Love this over the hill themed birthday card! Awesome idea for expanding the use of this grim reaper image :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is so fun, Shelia! I would have cased it if I hadn't already had my dad's card made. We just got back from TX & helping him celebrate!

Sue said...

Very clever Shelia! A perfect card for anyone celebrating the big 50!

Samantha said...

Awesome birthday card, Shelia! You're a genius!

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