Wednesday, May 2, 2018

A Very Special Birthday Card

One of my best friends daughter has
a birthday coming up, 
so she requested a special card for her.

 I used the Lawn Fawn Pop-up box card.
The clouds are Lawn Fawn, 
both the fluffy clouds & the stitched cloud border.
I also used Mama Elephants Unicorn & Rainbows.
The princess is from MFT BB Magical Dragon.
The Sentiment is Spellbinders.

I suspended the 9 & one unicorn in the sky
with a thick acetate scrap.
I love the look that the flying unicorn gives the card.

Here is a close up of the top of the card.  
I really really love the way this card
top came together.

The 9 is a hot fuchsia foil cardstock. 
I usually don't put a number on my cards but
 I love how this adds colour to the card.

You cant tell from the pictures,
but the unicorns, castle & rainbow are
all covered in Wink of Stella.  
To add that touch of magic!

The back is a scallop rectangle
with a white center so you can write your birthday wishes.

They were so fun to colour!!

Here are the challenges that I would like to enter this card into:

Include animals in your project

Make the card 3D of some kind - I like the all out!

Use weather items such as my clouds, cloud hills & rainbow!

Thanks or stopping by as always !!


  1. This is so sweet! Who wouldn't love to receive such a fun and inviting card? I love how you colored those unicorns! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawn Fawnatics!

  2. Brilliant and fabulous pop up card box, love those pretty unicorns.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

  3. Soooooo CA-UUTE!!! Okay.. I own this exact same die and several of the same stamps as you and yet I haven't made anything with them!! UGH!! What's wrong with me??? Geesh!! I love seeing your projects using this die and the stamps... gives me inspiration to make something with mine!!! :)

  4. Oh my goodness...too much cuteness!!!
    I am sure this little girl is going to display this card in her room!!


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