Jun 172014

A couple of weekends ago my DH and I were able to see our granddaughters in Vegas and help our youngest one celebrate her 2nd birthday.

The shells on Kira’s birthday card were colored with Copics.  Then Stickles and sequins were added for some fun sparkle.

I made some matching food cards, too, for the fabulous birthday brunch spread.

Kira loves Ariel so her birthday party was all about her favorite mermaid.  Ariel even came to the big event!

And of course the cake kept up the theme!  It was absolutely adorable, and Kira was thrilled.  (The cake:  Tricia-Ann’s Tasty Creations – Las Vegas)

Kira’s card fits perfectly into this week’s Mod Squad Challenge “In the Ocean or On the Sea”!

Life is good.  Happy Crafting!
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Stamps: Hero Arts “Oceans of Joy”, “Magical Castle” and “Birthdays (4)”; SU “Itty Bitty Backgrounds”

Papers: PTI Select White and Royal Velvet

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU Basic Black; Copics:

Accessories: Ribbon; Silver Cord; Stickles “Turquoise” and “Starry Night”; Hobby Lobby “Decorative Trim Lace”; Darice Crystal Sequins

13 Responses to “Under the Sea”

  1. Susan, this is so absolutely pretty and fun with those whimsical seashells, stars, and bubbles, and then with the fancy trim and the big sentiment on top. Little girls love glitter, too! It must have been a great time for Kira, especially with Ariel showing up. Very special!

  2. Such a wonderful movie – Sebastian is my favorite LOL. Great card and tags. Love that Arielle was there too :)

  3. How stinkin fun is THAT?! :) What a fun party for a cute girl! and I love the shiney, sparkley card! :)

  4. Oh, wow! I so love your pretty sea shells on that fun birthday card. All the fun colors make it even more special!

  5. Oh, Susan, you are so BLESSED. Kira is so adorable! And what a fun theme for her birthday . . . my boys would kill me if they knew I was admitting this to anyone, but as toddlers, they loved The Little Mermaid . . . LOL . . .. not so much by the time they were little boys.

  6. Darling card, darling food notes and adorable girl! Very pretty!

  7. What a festive and fun party that must have been! I love the theme, colors and wonderful card! The wee one looks completely thrilled! Adorable!

  8. Your card is so precious. I love the lace and ribbon accents. I am just learning how to make cards like this at Dolce Impressions. Thanks for the example.

  9. Oh Susan, Kira is adorable. What a fun cake and party theme. Looks like Kira had a fabulous birthday complete with a fabulous card made by her Gran. Love the gorgeous lace, colors and sparkling sea.

  10. How fun! I love little kids birthday parties, so many ways you can “fancy” them up like you did. Lovely card etc. TFS!

  11. Oh how neat, she looks so happy, the card is too cute, love the stickles and the sequins are a perfect water feel touch!

  12. How delightful that you shared some fab pictures of the big day, and thankful for you that you got to spend the day enjoying her birthday. She’s a real cutie. Love the card, and that lace is so wonderfully gorgeous and so pretty with the shells. What a terrific theme for a 2 yr old. Bet she’ll always remember it. TFS & Hugs

  13. What a perfect cards for a little girl who loves Ariel! So glad you were able to share your granddaughter’s big day!

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