Today I am back with a birthday card with the Magic picture changer LF1903.
I haven’t used this for a while and that’s why I wanted to use it today.
I stamped the stamps of the Birthday before and after LF1958 on bristol smooth cardstock and also cut some masks. Then I placed the masks on the stamps and used mustard seed and walnut stain distress oxide ink for the background. Then I removed the masks and colored with my copics the images.
Then I punched out both backgrounds with the punches and put them together.
On peacock cardstock I stamped the cake images randomly in the background with peacock ink. Then I cut out the LF1904 add-on from mermaid cardstock that belongs to the Magic picture changer. Then I punched out the mini window from the woodgrain cardstock LF1751.
Then I stamped the images of the muffin with memento tuxedo ink black and colored it in with my copics.
I stamped the text “birthday” with embossing ink on a wavy banner LF1923 of peacock cardstock and embossed it with white embossing powder and heated it with the heat tool.
Then I attached everything together and placed the banner and the muffins on the card. Then I stamped the name of the recipient on the card.
I cut a basic side fold card from sheena Douglas cardstock and stamped in it: “congratulations” of the simply sentiments LF1601 stamps and from the corresponding stamp set: “have your cake and eat it too”.
Until the next card