HBD (Happy Birthday) for Festive Friday

HBD (Happy Birthday) for Festive Friday

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HBD (Happy Birthday) for Festive Friday

Feb 21, 2020Birthday & Celebration, Card Themes4 comments

HBD (Happy Birthday) for Festive Friday

Feb 21, 2020Birthday & Celebration, Card Themes4 comments

Play along at the Festive Friday Challenge. DT members provide written or video instructions for their projects each challenge! Find us @festivefridaychallenge or festivefridaychallenge.com. New challenges every other Friday! #cardchallenge

Welcome back for another Festive Friday!

We found a great festivity for the latest Festive Friday challenge! I hope you have your Girl Scout Cookie order done – it helps support such a worthwhile organization! Did you know that the cookie sale coincides with the birthday of the organization? The Girl Scouts organization will turn 108 this year. March 12, 1912 is the day when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the first Girl Scouts organization.

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Using the Inspo List, grab at least three items and create a project to link to the challenge. There’s a wide range of ideas to choose from, and your project doesn’t have to reflect the “Girl Scout” part of the challenge – that’s just how we come up with a fun and interesting list!

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Here’s my take

I chose Blue, Green and Birthday Sentiment

Project Happy Mail
Send me a card and get one of my creations in return (blank for you to use).
All received cards are donated! Click for details.

Stamps and Paper and Inks … Oh, My!

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Stamps: Sentiments for Every Day (Scrapbook.com)
Paper: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ – Solar White 110lb (Neenah), 2 – 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ Adriatic CS (Hero Arts), 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ Cilantro CS (Lawn Fawn), scrap of white cs.
Inks: Embossing Ink (Scrapbook.com), White Pigment Ink (Scrapbook.com), Nocturne Versafine Clair (Tsukinkeo)
Other: Scallop Stencil (Scrapbook.com), HBD Die (The Stamp Market), Big Shot (Sizzix), Heat Tool (Sizzix), Anti-static bag (Ranger), Foam adhesive (Scrapbook.com), Paper Snips (EK Success)

Let’s see how I created 2 cards from one embossed panel. You’ll be happy to have two of these on hand!

Now it’s your turn to link up!

Now that you’re all inspired, what will you create? The clock is ticking away for #FF0053 and we want to see your design. Link up your project over at Festive Friday and you might just be named a Festive Fave!

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4 thoughts on “HBD (Happy Birthday) for Festive Friday”

  1. I like the stencil addition. I thought it was a patterned paper, but I keep forgetting you can make your own. I like how two cards were created. Would like to try the challenge, but they always intimidate me.

    • Thanks! You should give challenges a try! They’re a fun way to stretch your creativity and provide you with inspiration! I completely understand the intimidation factor – that was me once too! You can always use the challenges for your own use, even if you don’t link up. Thanks for stopping by today!


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