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A Magical Birthday

Hi there and happy Tuesday to you!
This is Tanya from Studio 5380 to share a magical birthday card with you today.

My youngest granddaughter, Hannah, is turning 4 years old in a couple of weeks. I love that she loves sparkles, glitter and princesses because it gave me a chance to create a card with the adorable Once Upon A Time stamp set by My Favorite Things:

I really love the way this turned out - this stamp set is so much fun to work with.

To get started, I cut out my scalloped background panel using the MFT Die-namics Blueprint #27 die set.  Next, I created a shorter panel using the MFT Die-namics Rolling Hills die.  I also used the Rolling Hills die to create a mask so that I could ink up some hills and clouds on my card background:

The grassy hills on my card were created with Distress Ink in Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn. To created the look of clouds, I used Distress Ink in Broken China along with the new Cloud Stencil from My Favorite Things.

After creating my background panels, the fun really started!  I colored all my sweet images and gave everything a bit of sparkle with a Clear Wink of Stella Brush Tip Marker.  To make my images really pop, I adhered them to my card with some Scotch Foam Mounting Tape.

I can't wait to give Hannah this magical birthday card!

Thanks so much for stopping by today.
I hope you have a magical day and I'll see you soon!


  1. So sweet! LOVE the distressing and beautiful scene! great card! :)



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