Monday, January 3, 2011

60th Birthday

Hi there. Happy Monday. I wanted to share a card I made for mom to use for a 60th birthday she is going to. I used the sketch from this week's Sweet Stop Challenge. I have had this PP for awhile now. I am not sure what company it is...which kinda stinks because I LOVE it, and want more...lol. This is actually 2 different pieces. The green is the back of the striped paper. I started by layering the polka dot paper onto a white CS base. I added the stripes, then more of the polka dot paper. I picked red ribbon because there is red in the stripes. I thought it would be something bold and fun. I used the green for the corner circle, and to cut the 60 out. I added the white flower and a green rhinestone brad. The sentiment is from QKR Stampede.
Well that is all for now. Be sure to stop tomorrow for a new Crazy 4 Cocoa challenge!

8 comments:

the cricutologist said...

Pretty card! Good job! I'm a follower. Come follow my blog too:)

Denise Marzec said...

Great card!

Shelby Goolsby said...

I love stripes and dots together, great job!! Thanks for joining us at The Sweet Stop.

Kristie Maynard said...

Great combo of papers. I'm sure who ever gets it will love it. Hand made cards are always so nice to receive.

Sandy said...

Very fun and beautiful card!!!

Our Little Inspirations said...

Good luck with your strive for five in the coming year! Cocoa looks adorable in the midst of all those luscious strawberries! Like a breath of summer! Ahhh.............

dolcreations said...

What a great card for a 60th birthday! It reminds me of spring colours!

Dawn Easton said...

Fantastic! Clean and crisp!