Birthdays are full of sunshine….

Hi everyone!

The theme for the Time Out Challenge’s 4th birthday challenge is ‘birthday’ and here is my take. I decided to play along with the Where Creativity Meets C9 challenge as well as I have a few Concord and 9th products that I was itching to use.

I started with a background I created with a couple of distress oxide inks to cut the rosette from the Hooray Ribbon die set. I followed the helpful C9 video to fold the rosette – I must confess that this took MUCH longer than I expected mainly because I’d used a very thick cardstock so it was quite difficult to fold the card along the score lines.

For the sentiment, I inked up a stamp from the Cuddles and Hugs stamp set and cut the ‘happy’ from the Happy Balloons die set. Finally to create the background, I used the Polka Dot Turnabout stamp with distress oxide inks.

Although it took a long time, I really enjoyed using so many of my C9 products – great fun!

Thanks for stopping by!

LucieG

4 comments

  1. Lucie, what a fabulous interpretation of the sketch! This card just makes me smile, and you combined these products so wonderfully. So glad you could join our Where Creativity Meets C9 challenge this month!

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  2. Congrats on doing such an amazing rosette-it looks fab and the colour super! It was worth trying a few times. Super use of the sketch and so pleased you joined us for our 4th Birthday at Time Out x

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  3. I love that rosette – it is definitely worth all the time you took to fold it – it adds the perfect amount of dimension to your card. Super fun birthday card – thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill

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  4. Love this, the colors just make me happy. I don’t have that rosette, and I don’t know why. Ha. Thanks for joining us at Where Creativity Meets C9!

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