Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Happy Hour Birthday

Good morning everyone! Well, I guess we have a sick child. He stayed home yesterday and slept the entire day! He woke up for a few hours in the evening to eat a little and then pretty much slept until we made him go back to bed. And that is where he's at right now. It seems to be in his head and his throat hurts and he complains of being achy. So sleep will be the best thing right now. And because he is staying home, I got to sleep in a little, too! Woohoo! I just don't want to get any of that!!

Last night I had stamp club with a bunch of very fun ladies! Love those girls!! Anyway, this is one of the cards we made. I had always liked this Happy Hour stamp set but didn't get it right away. Then it went on sale during the Holiday Extravaganza and I quickly ordered it! Also, I wanted to stay away from doing holiday cards at the workshop because of Christmas being so close. This set is very versatile and can be used for a number of different occasions. So this is a birthday card. I adhered several pieces of designer paper from the Festival of Prints pack onto a piece of Island Indigo and then adhered this to a card base of Sahara Sand. Then I stamped the glass in Island Indigo onto a piece of Very Vanilla. The umbrella is stamped in Cherry Cobbler and the greeting in Early Espresso. This is adhered to a piece of Early Espresso. A small piece of Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon is taped to the back side and then the panel is popped up onto the card. I added several rhinestones to the bubbles and then a bigger rhinestone is off to the side. Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Happy Hour; Paper- Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Island Indigo, Sahara Sand, Festival of Prints designer paper; Ink- Early Espresso, Island Indigo, Cherry Cobbler; Accessories- Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon, rhinestones, dimensionals

1 comment:

  1. Hope Nick gets better fast. My two had the same crud plus were spiking fevers. One was sick for four days and one was better in 48 hours. Hope you both get some rest today.