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Birthday Card For Adee by Donna Salazar

Hello my peeps! Today I'm sharing stepped out photos of the birthday card that I made for my daughter in law, Adriana... We call her Adee. It's her birthday tomorrow and since I was making a card for her, I decided to take pictures of the process.

I usually like to make my mono prints on the 12x14 plate and trim them down to fit my projects so I end up with lots of extra strips that I keep on hand for use on projects like this. I adhered the strips together then adhered them to the front of the card.

I then cut the excess off the ends of the card.

I used my Carnation Creation die set to cut 5 flowers out of notebook paper and 3 out of kraft paper. I used my new Jumbo Rose steel rule die to die cut 2 layers of flowers out of ivory cardstock. I attached the Jumbo Rose die cuts with E-Z Runner® Ultra with the petals off set.

I added adhesive to each of the Carnation Creations...

I then layered the notebook die cut flowers and thread flower stamens through the center hole.

I then added the kraft paper flower die cuts.

And then I added the center flower to the Jumbo Rose die cuts.

I trimmed off the stamens and added Dodz XL to hold the stamen in place.

I added 2 more Dodz XL then adhered the flower to the card.

I die cut leaves from the mono prints with the Jumbo Rose steel rule die. I folded the wide end of the leaves...

This is a different view of the leaf.

I then folded the end under.

Then added a Dodz 3D underneath.

I doodled lines on the strips of mono prints as well as the leaves with a permanent marker.

I adhered the leaves underneath the flower.

I used my Journal Words stamps with Mix'd Media Inx CHOX to stamp Happy then wrote the word Birthday.

I added an outline around the sentiment and then around the card edge as well.

This is the finished card.



Jumbo Rose

Carnation Creations

Journal Words

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

Dodz XL

Dodz 3D

E-Z Runner® Ultra


Mix'd Media Inx

Gel Press®

various sizes reusable gel printing plates

This blog is written by Donna Salazar and occasional Guest bloggers. All written content is the opinion on the products that each individual uses for their own creative style. These opinions are not to defame, humiliate or cause injury to anyone should you decide to act upon or use the information provided. The author of each post may have received compensation for their work.

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