Build a Birthday card for SB113

Hi everyone, it’s time for another Stamping and Blogging Sketch Challenge 🙂 and this week I decided to use the Build a Birthday stamp set.  I love how Stampin’ Up! have designed this set so that you can make a layered cake or use the same stamps for making candles, pretty cool huh.  Anyway here is my card for SB113.
Build a Birthday card by Patrice www.createwithstamps.co.nz
I used the 1/2″ Circle Punch on the corners of the card that the saying is stamped on, and then added some of the new Gold Metallic Thread to add a little interest behind the saying.  I can see myself using this thread a lot, so fine but ever so pretty.  You may be wondering what stamp I used to create the background on the card, well it is not a stamp lol, I inked up the Decorative Dots Embossing Folder and used that as a stamp.
Build a Birthday saying by Patrice www.createwithstamps.co.nz
Using a dauber is a great and easy way to add a two-toned effect to the flame.  All I did was ink up the flame stamp using the lightest colour first (Crushed Curry) and then lightly daubered some Tangerine Tango around the bottom and edge.  I then popped the top end of the candle up on a dimensional to create a little dimension.  As you can see I stamped the inside of the card too 🙂
Build a Birthday close up by Patrice www.createwithstamps.co.nz
Here is the photo of this week’s sketch challenge that I designed my card from.  You can join in the fun, make a card and share it with us, for more information go to Sketch and Blog Challenge.
SB113
Now lets pop on over and see what the rest of the design team have come up with this week.  You can do this by clicking on their links below.

Sandi MacIver – USA

Amy Koenders – USA

Michelle Last – UK

Lee Conrey – USA

Claire Daly – Australia

Caroline van der Straaten – Netherlands

Shelagh Freemantle – Canada

Kerstin Kreis – Germany

Erna Logtenberg – Netherlands

Sandi MacIver – Canada

Patrice Halliday-Larsen – New Zealand (that’s me)

Build a Birthday Card was created using the following Stampin’ Up! products

If you would like to order any of the Stampin” Up! products I have used on this card or have any questions, please contact Patrice. You can also place an order online or find out more about the product by clicking on the image that interests you below.

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Patrice

Comments: 9

  1. Michelle Last July 16, 2015 at 1:09 am Reply

    What a fantastic birthday card, will definitely case this card design if you don’t mind!

  2. Amy Koenders July 16, 2015 at 1:18 am Reply

    Very cute card Patrice! Love the colors and the polka dot background fits it perfectly!

  3. Sketch And Stamp 113 July 16, 2015 at 1:23 am Reply

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  4. Erna Logtenberg July 16, 2015 at 2:09 am Reply

    Yes is it pretty cool, the ways you can use that stampset! Your card is very pretty! X Erna

  5. Sandra MacIver July 16, 2015 at 3:08 am Reply

    great birthday card Patrice, it really looks those candles are lit right up

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  7. Shelagh Freemantle July 17, 2015 at 9:26 am Reply

    Love this card and the vintage feel. Nice sponged edging also. Hugs from Shelagh.

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  9. Caro July 22, 2015 at 8:57 pm Reply

    Wow look at those two toned flames. Love it!
    Great card design and color use.
    Very pretty

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