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05/02/2017

Tue 02

Happy Birthday
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hello from sunny California! Marybeth here today! I have a fun watercolor,  yet simple birthday card using 

Happy Birthday Bold and Happy Birthday Outline dies from Poppystamps .

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I haven't done a watercolor background  in a while but after seeing a video on one I gave it another try.

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I ran my card stock through a Xyron to add adhesive to the back for both layers. You have a choice to use, the thick outline or the thin. I chose the thick for the center of my Happy Birthday. After I was all done placing the darker color on top of the white, I placed the negative over my card as a guide to make sure it was spaced evenly. That's It!

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I hope you like it! I think this would be great for either a girl or boy! Happy to have this one on hand and can't wait to make a few more!

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Morning Marybeth, A really beautiful CAS card, I'm loving your tip for using the negative to align your letters beautifully, I also love your watercolour background, I am always in awe when I see these.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Love your card...always so pretty.

Très jolie !!
Bises
Thaly

Your layered laters and watery colors are so pretty Marybeth!! I like the speckles too. Fabulous card!

Mary, i really love your card, is fantastic with those pretty colors!!! aw!!!!

I LOVE it. Adore the colors too. T xx

Love this card! Perfect for girl or guy! Tfs!

L O V E your card Marybeth!

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