Today’s card was made for Papertrey Ink’s 7th Anniversary Day 5 Challenge to make a birthday card and one of the Day 1 Color and Sketch Challenges.

Here all the colors required are gathered together with a little punched bloom on the die cut circles.

Since I used some tiny “snippets” of card stock for the leafy branches and both punched flowers, this card will also play along in this week’s:

Pixie’s Snippets Playground – Week 111 Challenge:

Happy Crafting!
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Stamps: PTI Birthday Basics

Papers: PTI Select White, Hawaiian Shores, New Leaf, Hibiscus Burst, Pure Poppy and Everyday Blessings Designer Paper

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: Spellbinders Standard Circles Dies; SU Floral Punches and Bird Builder Punch; Button

8 Responses to “Papertrey Ink’s 7th Anniversary Day 5”

  1. So pretty! Love that button center on your flower.

  2. Love the layout and that pretty flower!

  3. This wonderful CAS birthday has lots of impact. Love this design…thanks for the inspiration, Susan!

  4. Just love that little flower – pops a big punch with that fabulous magenta colour against the blue :)

  5. I love the perfect simplicity of this! It couldn’t be prettier!

  6. Very pretty card. Love your button flower!

  7. Great card, Susan! Love the colors and clean and simple design

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