Thursday, 10 April 2014

Birthday Surprize

Hello. Welcome.   I have made my first hidden tag card. Should have posted this yesterday but the evening kind of slipped away........

I wanted to keep it simple.  The image is from LOTV Just For Girls art pad.  I cut it and the frame using Sizzix Scallop Rectangle dies.  The patterned paper is My Minds Eye Collectables.  It's a bit more chocolatey in real life.   The edges are inked with DI Walnut Stain.  I added a button and a piece of lace to the tag. 

The tag is cut from a piece of Crate Paper patterned cardstock and the sentiment, Norwegian birthday wishes, is computer generated.  Both were cut using the scallop rectangle dies.  This would be a great place for a gift card.  Note to self.. must remember that. 

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Happy Birthday  
Joan's Touch Challenge 8 - Plaid/Check/Striped paper, a border round an image
LOTV Challenge - 10th Birthday 
That Craft Place Challenge - Buttons

Thanks for your visit.  Hugs


  1. Such a fun card and I love that sweet image, too! Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  2. Such a pretty card and I love the colors! You cannot beat LOTV for the sweetest images.
    Sandy xx

  3. How sweet! Thanks for joining us over at That Craft Place Challenge Blog. Erin xx

  4. Another cute card. Adorable image.
    Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for the weekly challenge.

  5. Very pretty card Gail, love the hidden tag.
    Thanks for joining our '10th Birthday' challenge!

    Good Luck!

    Anne x
    Lili of the Valley


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