Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Happy Birthday!




This is the card I made for my sister's birthday today. Yet another Wet Paint card.

I used Raspberry Fizz ink and created a panel with a curve (using a Grand Calibur Circle Nestability). I stacked the panel with 3 layers of Raspberry Fizz cardstock and then coated the raspberry in stickles so all around the panel there's a glimpse of sparkly pink. I finished it off with 3 'diamonds' which represent April's birthstone!

17 comments:

Geri said...

Love your 'Stacked Stickled Semi Circle' element! Another amazing idea that leaves me in awe of these clever-as-ever ideas! Dear sis is gonna love this one!

Susan (rainy) said...

Oh my goodness! Ardyth, this is amazing and gorgeous!!

Nadine said...

Wow! Simply gorgeous!!

shirley-bee said...

Love the crds you've been making with the wet paint stamps, and this one is fabulous with the raspberry edging!

Lynn said...

Oh to have a diamond birthstone :)! Love those stickles..fabulous touch of dimension!

Gabby said...

Like the semi-circle design and the Wet Paint sentiment is terrific. :)

MeredythG said...

Oh thank you for the wonderful birthday card!

Kristie Goulet said...

LOVE this, Ardyth!

Anita in France said...

The raspberry curved edge is fabulous, Ardyth, especially all sparkled up ... love how the 'birthday' is perfectly nestled between the vibrant pink 'happy' letters! Anita :)

Kim Heggins said...

Wow...such an amazing card and I love that pink glittered edge!

Sherrie M. said...

WOW Ardyth! Love the hint of sparkle.

Joyce said...

Ardyth--this is so striking and stunning. I absolutely love everything about it. 'pin' did you hear that--the sound of me pinning your card.

Jen said...

Oh wow! Fantastic!

Jen W. said...

That touch of glitter is CAS genius! Love it!

wienerhoneymooners said...

Ohhhhhhh That wet paint is in the mailto me!!!!Love all of your inspiration!!!

Sheila H said...

The curved panel is so eye catching. Love the bling and the bright pink sentiment. The bling is frosting on the cake :)

Karen Schroeder said...

Cool technique! Love that you added the Stickles...great accent!