Aug 212015

Well it took some time to get the craft space back in order after all the fun that was had during the Dare to Get Dirty week of challenges.  But it’s ready for some more action!

Here’s a card that was made using five different images from the same stamp set.

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The candles have been popped up on foam tape to add a touch of dimension.

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Playing along in a few challenges:

Splitcoaststampers Free For All F4A287:  “Odd Time of Year”
Use an odd number of stamps on your card.

Muse #129:
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Seize the Birthday:  “No Toppings Option – Anything Goes”

CAS-ual Fridays CFC142:  “Create a new CAS project that features pretty patterns.”

Pals Paper Arts PPA264:  “A Sketch Challenge”
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Happy Crafting!
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Stamps: SU “Build a Birthday”

Papers: PTI Select White; SU Taken With Teal

Inks: SU Taken With Teal and Creamy Caramel

Accessories: Michaels 1/4″ Grosgrain Ribbon

17 Responses to “Birthday Candles”

  1. Wonderful card!! I love the tall candles and the pretty colors on your design here! :) Happy weekend!

  2. Love the sweet trio of candles. Such a pretty colour and take on Anita’s card x

  3. Great card! I love those candles and the chevron ribbon is the perfect embellishment! Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

  4. How fun! I love the candles for the strips in the Pals Paper Arts challenge, what a great idea! Thanks so much for joining us this week.

  5. Oh, Susan, so glad to hear your room is back in order – lol! I still have work to do myself. I love the colors you’ve used on this card and the great tall birthday candles! Love the wide mat and that wonderful ribbon! You sure made a lot of challenge cards for DTGD! I so admire you for that! Hugs, sweet friend!

  6. The background of the second card is pretty cool. Likin’ it. Sure to be a hit in the challenges.

  7. great combination of these challenges – the candles work for the Muse layout really well! So glad you joined us this week!

  8. Very fun card! I love that ribbon too! :)

  9. Fun patterns on the candles and your ribbon matches perfectly, not only in color but I love that it has a great pattern to it also!

  10. Fun card and great take on the sketch! Love how you used so many stamps from the same set! The more ink, the better!

  11. Great use of that stamp set and I love how you’ve transformed the design or my card into something so different yet you can see where the inspiration came from.
    Thanks so much for playing along at Muse thisw week, Anita x

  12. Great job with those challenges! Love the ribbon and papers. The colors are so pretty and crisp.

  13. Great take on all 5 challenges isn’t it great when it all comes together like that! x

  14. Super cute take on the sketch! Thanks for playing along at Pals Paper Arts.

  15. Very nice, so simple, but so cute. A very happy card. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  16. Fantastic card! I love everything about it and especially I love how you did not center it on the base….to me, it brings so much more interest to the focal point! Super job…many thanks for playing in the Pals Paper Art this week!

  17. Fun pattern on the candles!:) Thanks so much for playing along with us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge!

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