Thursday, July 5, 2018

Champangne Birthday Pop up card

Here is another card I made for 
my niece Maddie - Her mom wanted a 
special card for her 19th / Champagne Birthday.

I didn't have everything I needed for this card so I did what I do best - 

I looked for free digital images that I could print.

My colour scheme was Gold / Hot Pink  & Black.
I saw this background of shimmer & knew it would be a great backdrop.

 I layered balloons with glitter , champagne , 
flutes, and sequins to make a full 3D effect.

 All of the balloons, flutes & bottle were all coloured with Versa Marker 
& clear embossed to give them a shine & 
make them more realistic.

 As you can see above everything was attached with acetate
so that all the items floated out of the box.

This is the back, I like to add this rectangle for 
the giver to write on.

Thanks for popping in!


  1. Oh my goodness, this is amazing!! I love the champagne design!! The clear embossed shine is such a fabulous touch!! What a beautiful card this is!! I love it!! Have a great evening!! Big hugs :)

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  2. OMWORD! FANTASTIC Lesli! I LOVE the balloons and Champagne! The sequins on the clear acetate is clever and adds so much sparkle & Shine to the card! Beautifully done! Have a great weekend!


  3. This is such a special card!!
    I love the fun of the sequins floating amongst the balloons!!!

  4. Oh wow Lesli, this is just such a fun and gorgeously designed pop up card and perfect for a 19-year old. I am now your latest follower and thank you for the lovely comments on my side.
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  5. Hi Leslie, that is one awesome card, love love love. My favourite kind of card in a box... thanks for your sweet words on my blog too. I am now following you and maybe you may like to do so in return...hugs.
    [aussie aNNie blog] ♥ ♥


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