Birthday Card Fun

Hi Crafty Card Gallery Friends, Thia here from Blue Moon Creation Crafting Station. I recently had the pleasure of attending Scrapbook Expo in Anaheim, CA. I took part in a card swap they were hosting. The theme was Birthday just like our theme for this month here! So…here is a fun Peek-A-Boo card I created:

It was pretty plain because I needed 16 cards just like it and I signed up for the event on short notice. Here’s a peek at the inside:

Now I’ll share with you a fun card that one of the participants created:
That was the outside and here is a look at the inside:
It appears as though an envelope punch board was used to create an envelope but instead, you use it as the base of your card. I’ve seen cards like this before of the square type for wedding invites…never thought of doing it with my punch board like this until now. Happy Crafting friends!

Na Na Na Na Na Na… Today is your Birthday ~SueB~

Greetings all! Sue B here sharing a birthday card I made for my Baby Bro who turned 30 (boy I am old!). I always try to do something Beatles or The Joker from Batman. This year I am doing both. Here is the card that I made:

I am in love with the Trace and Cut on my Cameo Silhouette. The stamps I used were from Close to My Heart (Curlicue Alphabet Birthday stamp sets from the Artfully Sent and Artiste Cricut Collections) I really like how this came together and I pop dotted the Happy Birthday Banner. Well, I am off to cut The Riddler’s Question Mark now. Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you soon. Until next time…..

Warmest regards,

Sue B

Rockin Birthday

Hi everyone , It’s Shawnee from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team here with a fun birthday card for you for a teenager.
Recently my oldest son just turned 18. He gave me a challenge in making his card this year as he wanted a few things. But I know this card put a smile on his face as he really wanted a guitar for his birthday.

The stamps for this card are from CardzTV Stamps – Just Saying and Good Times stamp sets.
I made this card with my Cricut Explore which was so much fun to use.

I hope you have enjoyed this fun and easy birthday card. And that you will stay tuned as the rest of the Design Team has some fabulous birthday creations for you!!


Make A Wish

Hi there,

I’m Christina from the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team here to share a birthday card I created for this months challenge.

What I like most about this cupcake stamp is, you can do so many different things with it, like change the colour of icing, layering the cupcake for dimension.

The possibilities are endless.
Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!


Lets Celebrate!

Hi everyone! It’s me, Tonya and I’m here to share my take on this month’s challenge which is birthday. I finally used my Silhouette Cameo which I have had for over a year…gasp! If I had known it would have been this easy to used I would have used it sooner. 
I used the A2 Box Card Flower file to create this adorable card and let me tell you it was sooooo easy peasy to put together.

I printed Lets Celebrate from the computer and cut the sentiment out, inked the edges and snipped the end to create a banner and then adhered to a pipe cleaner. 

I actually cut another set of flowers out because I wanted “more dimension” to the flowers. The second set of flowers I inked and shaped before adhering on top of the other flower. I added sequins and a flat back pearl to each center.

I love the way this turned out! It is so colorful and fun  and I can’t wait to give it as part of a birthday gift. If you have any questions about this project please let me know.

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Tuesday is awesome and enjoy creating!

Birthday card

Hi!  It’s Jennifer. So I haven’t been doing much crafting lately – despite being inspired by all the cool stuff at CHA. Some cool stuff came so I got to play a little when I made my mom’s birthday card….

I printed a hummingbird image from my computer – from silhouette online store. I colored it with my watercolor markers. It actually came out good on the first try (I’m not a good colorer) and I was too afraid to try & cut with my cameo (lesson – cut out the item before you color). So I hand cut it. I hate cutting by hand but for my mom I’ll do it. 🙂
So then I took some of the thermoweb adhesive and cut it out with my big shot. I then added foil and attached to the card. I went with a understated background so that it would draw attention to the hummingbird and flower. 
Here’s the card:

Hope you like it!

Have a great day!!!