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Happy Birthday
by Candice Crawford

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Hey there crafty friends. Candice here back on the blog with a simple coloful card project for all of you.  Today's card is using the Marzipan Alphabelt die set and several card stock strips fromt he Memory Box card stock packs. 

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This card is so bright, cheery and colorful it just makes me smile. I simply took sheets of the colored cardstock from the Memory Box Cardstock packs in Ocean Blue, Sunny Orange, Lush Green, Berry Red, Vibrant Violet and cut them into 1/2 by 4.50 inch strips then attached them in rainbow order onto an A2 size cardbase using some liquid adhesive. 

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Next I took my corner rounder punch and rounded each of the corners of the card base. This to me gave the card a more polished look. Next I die cut the Sentiment Happy Birthday from from white cardstock in my stash using the Marzipan alphabet die set. 

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Each letter was die cut twice and layered on top of one another using some liquid adhesive. I used the lines from the 1/2 inch cardstock strips to let line up the sentiment to ensure it was straight. 

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This simple card was very easy to make. With all of the left over stirps I can easily mass produce several cards in not much time at all. I hope you have enjoyed today's card share and found inspiration. Until next time.....happy crafting. 

 

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Comments

Hi Candice, Lovely colours and a lovely CAS card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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