Hi all!! Today me and my hubby celebrate 14 years of marriage! And this is the card I made for him! Wanna know the process? Let’s jump right into it!

 

 

I chose the long format, so my base is 4 1/4 by 8 1/2 inches, made out of Simon Says Stamp Ivory card stock. The panel on top is made with the same paper but I cut off about 1/4 of an inch from each side. I used a Hero Arts cloud stencil and Antique Linen Distress Ink to make some clouds to my background.

Then I started die cutting all the necessary letters for my sentiment. I used the MFT Stitched Banner Alphabet and patterned paper from the Doodlebug Dot Grid Daisy Stripe Rainbow Petite Prints paper pad. To make my life a bit easier I first added double sided tape on the paper before I die cut it.

 

 

For the wires and the petite hearts I used dies that are included in the MFT Bundle of Baby Clothes die set. As for the number 14, that was cut with the Neat & Tangled Journaling Numbers die set.

 

 

The cute little birdies are from a JOFY stamp set called Lovebirds! I stamped the two birds with Versafine Onyx Black ink onto Bristol paper and colored with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I used Dull Blue for the blue bird and a combination of Wine Red and Brown for the red bird. I fussy cut it with my scissors and foam mounted onto my panel.

Don’t you just love their expressions?

 

 

I’d like to enter this card to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Red, White and/or Blue

and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Red, White and/or Blue

Hope I’ve given you some inspiration! Have a lovely day and I’ll see you soon!

  1. Happy belated anniversary. Such a lovely card, the cloud background looks fab.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge blog. Have a great day 🙂

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