27 April 2017

Birthday Candles

Hello there, today I have a card to share using the Hero Arts Candle stamp. I often forget to use little, individual stamps like these. I thought it would be great to use for another male themed card and it was incredibly quick to put together too!
 

I started off by cutting a piece of white cardstock using the second largest of the Nesting Postage Stamp Infinity dies. I then stamped the Handwritten Happy Birthday stamp on to this using Intense Black ink. The candles were stamped above. I used a stamp positioner for perfect placement since the stamps are wood mounted.
 
 
I simply coloured the candles with Copic Markers, using three shades of marker for each colour. The panel was adhered to an A2 card base made from SSS Island Blue cardstock, using foam tape.
 
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COPIC MARKERS: Candle flames - Y17, Y13, Y11. Purple candle - V05, V01, V00. Blue candle - B04, BG01, B00. Green candle - YG23, YG03, YG01.
 
Such a simple card but sometimes it is nice to make some quick ones to have on hand. Thanks so much for visiting me today, I hope you have a great day!

5 comments:

  1. Adorable classic card and I love the simplicity too, really lovely design and anyone would to be send that stunning card on their birthday. Hugs to you x

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  2. Cute card! I was just thinking that I needed to make a guy birthday card for my cousin and now I have an idea where to start. Thanks for the share :)

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  3. Perfect masculine card! CAS and fun! X

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