One Set, So Many Options
This birthday card was created using the Delivering Cheer (156368) stamp set on page 32 of the mini catalog. While the sentiments are Christmas related, the adorable ladies can be used for many occasions. You are only limited by your imagination.
Picture her dress colored pink, holding a pretty bundle of flowers to gift your dear friend at her housewarming party or the button up colored a cheery yellow and her and the bundle of flowers colored bright, spring colors. Pair with an appropriate sentiment from your favorite set.
The paper is from a DSP set called Painted Christmas (Item 156292, page 17 of the Mini Catalog). The bright green colored leaves set a happy backdrop for this birthday card.
The envelope front is accented with stamped circles from the Textures and Frames stamp set that was available from Sale-a-bration. Unfortunately, if you didn't earn this one it is no longer available but you can use the moon from the Mountain Air stamp set (151610, pg 16 of the Annual Catalog), Sharing Sunlight set (155631, pg 39 of the Annual Catalog), or a flower from Garden Wishes (154408, pg 22 of the Annual Catalog).
Colors are Pear Pizazz (ink, Stampin Blends and card stock), Poppy Parade Stampin Blends and Daffodil Delight (Stamp n Write marker). I'm using an older stamp pad so don't get confused by how it looks.
Some items are not available through Stampin Up. The ribbon is from Michaels and the die cut used to cut the white layer is an Amazon special. I can share that link if you message me.
Since I wanted to make this a birthday card I decided to use the awesome In Your Words Stamp set. This was a host gift so it is no longer available but we have so many other options.
I really loved the font that Happy Birthday is in on the envelope (it matched "Happy" on the die cut), but it was mixed with other lines of text. I masked off everything but the "Happy Birthday" with a post it note and inked it. Next I removed the post-it note and then applied the stamp to the already stamped envelope. The envelope flap (shown above) is dressed with the same paper that I used to mat the card. If you would like more information on these products or anything from Stampin Up, please don't hesitate to reach out to me.