Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Happy Birthday



It never seems that I have enough birthday cards in my card box so I am always looking for gender neutral cards. I thought it would be fun to make a tie die looking card using the Frantic Stamper Bubble Border die.  I took four different distress inks and inked up a piece of white card stock.  I then die cut the border die three different times.  To make it easier to have the die cut adhered to the card base I attached a double sided adhesive to the card stock before die cutting. This made adhering them super easy!

The card was finished off by a black strip of card stock and a stamped birthday sentiment.   Love that this could be used for a guy or girl!


(FRA-DIE-09505 Bubble Border)

16 comments:

  1. Just love that die, Lynn! Your inking looks great - and thanks for the tip! [Thanks for the card BTW - received it yesterday =]
    =] Michele

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  2. This is a fabulous gender neutral card Lynn, those colours are fab together!

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  3. This is awesome, I love those bubbles!

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  4. LOVE this, Lynn! Fun colors and die!

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  5. so cool! I thought the bubbles were stamped! I had to read your description 3 times! LOL How clever to use double sided adhesive! Problem solved!

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  6. That is a great tip for sticking the die to the base card-thanks for that! And what a funky card, Great one for the stash x

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  7. Oh, I love this, Lynn! Those border dies are so fun!

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  8. Adore this!! Smart lady with putting the adhesive on before die cutting too !!

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  9. Another brilliant card, Lynn! Those bubble border dies are so fun here. Love the colors too. Not to mention all that lovely white space. Great design. Your cards constantly amaze me. Bev

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  10. You are such a pro when it comes to masculine birthday cards. This is no exception!

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  11. Such a fun card, Lynn, but no challenge? How about Happy Little Stampers CAS challenge - use dies or punches?

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  12. Beautiful ink-work, and totally loving the movement that gorgeous die creates! Thanks for the link!

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  13. So beautiful in those subtile colours! Great inking! Hugs, Gerrina

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  14. This is amazing. And, you just sparked an idea for me with another die I have. Love how you have lined up all those die cuts and how your colors are so perfectly blended.

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