Tweetie Birthday


Ink up your solid stamp images onto Stampin Up Whisper White card stock and press down firmly.  

I found using Stampin Up card stock perfect for solid stamping.


To make cutting easier I separated the images first using paper cutting scissors, scissors that are not razer sharp will end up a bit messy .

I use Stampin Up stamping set Good Friend and Petal Pizzazz.

When cutting your image out get as close as possible to your image and move the card stock not the scissors around your image when cutting, you will found this method easier and you will get a better look.


Once you have cut all your pieces out it should look this.  I used Stampin Up Classic Ink Pads - Green Galore, Pixie Pink Real Red for the flowers, Chocolate Chip for the legs, Tempting Turquoise for the bird and a Orange Marker for the Beak.


Before adding your stamped images onto your Stampin Up Whisper White card stock tie a ribbon right around and form a bow.


While the solid stamped images are not attached this is the perfect time to play around and move yours images around your white card stock and once you are happy with it, use double sided tape.

I also used 3D foam tape onto the flowers to give the raised affected.


Add your Happy Birthday stamp and then add double sided tape to the white card stock and mount to the base of your card using Stampin Up Pixie Pink card stock.

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