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Hello! For todays blog, I am featuring a card that I made during my Thursday Live tutorial on my FB business page this week. It was based off of a card I had made for my 3 year old daughters birthday. She had specific requests for what her birthday card was to have on it. The perks of having a card maker for a momma! Here’s the one I made on the live, and later on I’ll show you the one she requested.

Part of why I made this particular design was to show how you can re-use the exact same layout and get a completely different look. This card I used basic white for the card base and Beauty of the Earth Designer Series Paper. I then stamped my own images using the Pretty Pumpkins stamp set in Rich Razzleberry and Sahara Sand ink to create my own DSP. The matte you see is in Rich Razzleberry cardstock, and the sentiment is on one of the rectangle stitched dies. This sentiment was also from the Pretty Pumpkins stamp set and was stamped in Rich Razzleberry ink. The next card that I used as my sample card is a totally different look.

For this card I used another Basic White card base and the You’re a Peach Designer Series Paper. I used the Lovely You stampset and the Stitched so Sweetly dies for the sentiment and I used Night of Navy ink. The cardstock that I used for the Matte was Misty Moonlight.

Here they are side by side. Same layout two totally different looks.

If you missed my live on Thursday, don’t forget you can always watch the replay! Thanks for stopping by my blog, Happy Stamping!

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Cardstock Cuts:

Basic White 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 scored at 4 1/4

Designer Series Paper – 4 x 5 1/4

Basic White panel or Coordinating DSP- 3 x 3

Cardstock Matte 3 1/8 x 3 1/8

Here’s the card I made for my daughters birthday she was very insistent that it was a strawberry card so I had to bust out my retired paper. I also had to make it really quickly as there are not a lot of moments that she isn’t there to see me craft.