Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Birthday Card


My youngest Granddaughter's birthday is this week and I made this card for her.
She loves pink and bright colors and I thought these beautiful papers, Garden Tour and
Tennis Court by Bridgeport are just perfect for her card. Again, I wish I could capture
the beauty on these papers. Both have a raised effect and very nice and heavy. These
papers will make great boxes which I hope to soon get done.

I colored the Inkadinkdo Classic Botanical image with my Copic markers and added some Pink Rhinestones (which I will be featuring for next Monday's sale) for extra pizazz. I like the side panel that I punched with Martha Stewart's Arch Lattice Punch. I have never done it that way and I think it looks pretty nifty! What are your thoughts?

Stamp-----------------Classic Botanical by Inkadinkado, Happy Birthday for JustRite
Spellbinders---------Labels 4, Curved Rectangles,
Paper-----------------Bridgeport Garden Tour, Tennis Court, Pink Card stock and Neenah white
Kaiser --------------- Hot Pink Rhinestone
Ribbon---------------Lion Ribbon
Punch----------------Martha Stewart Lattice Arch Punch
Markers-------------Copic Markers

12 comments:

Elaine A said...

THis is so pretty Joan. Your granddaughter is going to love it!! Great Job and like the punched side panel.

Elaine Allen

Erica said...

What a gorgeous card Joan...I try not to buy too much ds paper as I tend to hoard, but I think I must have this and soon.

Erica

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Love this card, Joan -- such pretty paper! Did I order some of this paper -- you know, the mind is the first to go??? LOL!!!

Joan Fricker said...

Yes, Sharon you order this paper!
I can't wait to see what you do with it!

Joan

Rebecca Ednie said...

That ribbon is fabulous!!! Where did you get it?

Denise M said...

Great job on this card Joan. The punched side panel is so pretty with that beautiful paper. And that ribbon is gorgeous! I hope you tell us where you got it!

Denise

Anonymous said...

Love your card. I do like the side panel...will be trying that idea...Thanks for sharing.
Gladys

Mary said...

Your card is beautiful Joan. I am certain that your granddaughter will love her card and will treasure it for years to come. I love how your ribbon goes so well with the beautiful papers that you chose to use. As for the Martha Stewart Arch Lattice punch......Wow! I love how you used it on your card.

Mary

Laurie in MN said...

Hello,
I am visiting from the blog, A Touch of Grace to look at your store. Happy Birthday to your Granddaughter. The card you made is beautiful and the ribbon is lovely.

And thank you for the recipe. I was thinking that I wanted to try something new for supper and living in MN, something to keep the chill away.

I hope your temps in IN keep rising.

Jerri Kay said...

A very beautiful card Joan, you have one lucky granddaughter!

Joan Fricker said...

The ribbon is from Lion ribbon. A friend told me that you might be able to find it at Walmart. It also comes in purple and green.

Thanks for the comments. I truly appreciate them!!

Joan

Velta said...

My thoughts...Joan this is just stunning in every detail!!!
BTW, I received my goodies in record time again!!! Love doing business with you :)