Happy Birthday to You!

My new stamp sets from Inspired by Stamping arrived!  I had been holding out for them, with some projects in mind.  Because IBS are in Australia, as I am, it didn’t take long for them to arrive.

IBS have a new challenge – this one needs the use of frames.  You can see the tutorial and challenge details HERE.

The stamp I used on this card is from the Big Wishes 11 set.  Isn’t it gorgeous?  I absolutely adore the font – it gives the stamp a very classy feel! (The gorgeous flowers are also from IBS.)

Thanks for looking, and as always, if you want to comment, and the comment box isn’t showing, click the title of this post and it will magically appear!


12 thoughts on “Happy Birthday to You!

  1. Gorgeous card!!! Love everything, from the frame, to the flowers, and the cardstock. Is that pp, or stamping? Can’t see too well, it’s me, not the pic. LOL Wow, I can see why you love that site. Right up your alley, eh? LOL Well, you will make all of her stuff shine! I am so sure of that! Lovely. Thanks for sharing. Hey, Woman, you have been busy lately, and I get to enjoy the results, so, thanks for that, also! teehee)

  2. Hi Cheryl! Yay! Your items arrived! Your card is beautiful! Yes, I agree with Anna you do make the stamps shine! 🙂 It was absolutely wonderful chatting with you on the phone the other day! Big Hugs, Joanna

  3. Thanks Joanna! The stamps arrived in just a few days, so I was pretty happy! And those flowers are gorgeous too – thank you!!

    Thank you for your kind words – it’s always great getting compliments from the designer. It was great to talk to you too!

  4. Thanks Hussena, I’m very happy with this one. And yes, it has a very vintage feel to it, which makes me pretty happy! (Love vintage!)

  5. Mynette, Shani, and Benzi. Thank you all so much for your lovely comments. They are very much appreciated.

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