Tuesday, 6 March 2012

30th birthday card

Hi everyone,

Welcome to Karen who is a new follower this week. I'm taking a breather after my daughter's 30th birthday party which was great fun, and I'm hoping to do a little crafting this week. I'm gutted that I forgot to take my camera to the party so I'm hoping some of the guests will be able to provide a little photographic evidence that a good time was had by all! I tried to take a photo on my phone of my first attempt at making cake pops for a table centrepiece, but it hasn't come out very well. I got the idea for the fun sign from something I saw in Pinerest. I'm still getting to grips with my Silhouette Cameo and was quite pleased that I was able to weld letters together so easily to make the sign, and a little faux stitching brought it to life. I know the cake pops aren't very uniform but it was my first try and I can't wait to have another go!


Sadly I have no picture of my gorgeous birthday girl blowing out the candles on her cake but here is the card I made her :-



I cut the numbers on the Cameo and used the circles backround stamp from Round and Round to make the background. The sentiments were from Think Big Favourites 7 and Big Birthday Wishes. I'm really loving the Papertrey Ink twill ribbon- it has a soft sheen that reflects the light so beautifully.


That's all for now because I want to catch up on some blogs, but thanks for looking.
Hugs
Carol x

6 comments:

  1. Carol, I lol when I saw 30 sucks, what a great pun sign! The card you made is very pretty I love the way it turned out! I love the twill ribbon too! Have a great day!

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  2. What wonderful projects! I know your daughter and those attending had fun at the party!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi Carol
    Thank you very much for the lovely comment you left at my blog about one of my cards. Greatly appreciated.
    You seem to have some pretty stunning creations yourself. Those marshmallows and kit kat chocolates are very tempting in the post bellow.
    Michaela xx

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  4. Hi Carol, I love your project! I'm sure your daughter was thrilled that you made these for her.

    Thank you so much for leaving such sweet comments on my blog. I am now following you!
    hugs,
    Ellen

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  5. Simply gorgeous! Such a shame you didn't take a camera, but to be honest I doubt you would have had the time to take any pictures & it's more important that you enjoyed yourself - I'm sure there were plenty of other snappers there :) xxx

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  6. Such a beautiful birthday card for your daughter! Happy belated birthday to her! It looks like you made a special birthday celebration for her! Thank you for stopping by my blog with sweet comments! Take care!

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Hello, and thank you for taking time to visit my blog. I would really appreciate it if you could find time to leave a comment before you leave.

Thanks,
Carol x

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