Sunday, March 20, 2011

Numbers Birthday

I used this card for double duty, my #3 son's birthday, and for stamp club! Sometimes we must maximize our time ;)I got to use some new stuff too. I just got this stamp set and the cupcake punch.

I brayered the First Edition DSP with Peach Parfait and used lots of dimensionals on this card. I love dimension! The cupcake pieces have a little Frost White Shimmer Paint applied with a Blender Pen.

And the letters are all colored with a Blender Pen and shimmered up too. 
  • Stamps: Bring on the Cake, Create a Cupcake
  • Paper: Concord Crush, Pear Pizzazz, Peach Parfait, Very Vanilla, First Edition DSP
  • Ink: Concord Crush, Pear Pizzaz, Peach Parfait, Early Espresso
  • Other: Build-A-Cupcake punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Concord Crush 1/2" poly ribbon, Frost White Shimmer Paint, Blender Pens

 My son turned 19 this year. We ate out, went bowling as a family, then went home and had ice cream cake!! Yum....It was a very fun day! Too bad it was Glow and Bowl, all black lights so no great pictures :)

 But here is the birthday boy, Dakota, holding his new custom made cookbook! I think he really liked it :)


Yapha said...

Fantastic card! Great colors! I'm sure he loved it!!

Heidi Baks said...

Love the pic of your son! Oh, and the distressing on the DSP too, but that doesn't compare to the masterpiece that is your child! ;)

Shelley said...

I really like your colors for this card! What a special day! Even without great pictures, you have great memories! That's more important! Happy Birthday, Dakota!

Cindy said...

Okay, seriously, you can't be old enough to have a son that old! But anyway, I love "dual duty" cards, too, and this one is great!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Great card--love that you had all those sentiments and it worked!

What recipies were in the cookbook--old family secrets?

Holly/Rubber Redneck said...

Awesome card! Sounds like you guys had fun!! I bet he loved the cook book!! Happy Birthday Dakota!

Mickey Roberts said...

Just love how this stamp set (Bring on the cake) works so well together. Congrats on your son's birthday!


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