If you’ve been reading my barks for a while, you know that my favorite huMAN is partial to blue. So this blue and green birthday card is spot on.
Not only that, Ann’s bedroom was blue and green when she was in high school.
So when I told her that I wanted her to use some of that Noble Peacock Specialty Designer Series Paper to make a blue and green birthday card, she jumped at the chance.
What do you think of this blue and green birthday card?
We originally were going to add some pink to this, but it just looked better with two colors. It’s perfect for those of you who haven’t expanded your ink pad collection. We only used three colors:
- Old Olive
- Blueberry Bushel
- Tuxedo Black
Now, we know that we use the Stitched Shapes Dies a lot. We actually tried to use a different die set but we just couldn’t do it.
So if you don’t have the Stitched Shapes Dies yet, I suggest that you get them because ours have been used over and over and over. They’ve really paid for themselves.
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Were you wondering what we used to make this? It might surprise you that we didn’t use Blueberry Bushel card stock on this. That’s a thin layer of ribbon on the far left!
We tried a new way of applying it and it worked!
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WE hope you like our blue and green birthday card.