Simple Birthday Card

Hi everyone! Yana is here sharing a Birthday Card idea. I needed to create several simple Birthday Cards last week so I reached for my all time favorite set from Neat & Tangled; 15 minutes later I had this simple unisex card design on hand. 


These balloons images are just the cutest! I used two shades of yellow ink and stamped them repeatedly on a white A2 card. I overlapped some of them and tried to make it look like they were floating in the air. 


For my sentiment I used the Everyday Labels set and stamped Happy Birthday in black, cut out with my scissors leaving a small white border and adhered those onto my card using foam adhesive. 


To tie the black sentiment with the rest of the card I also stamped several black starts and various sizes. As a one final touch I adhered several sequins. 

You can easily turn this into a girly card by stamping balloons ink pink or a boy card by stamping them in blue. Here's a link to another Birthday Card I shared on Neat & Tangled blog several month ago using the same balloons. 


11 comments

  1. Great card! I love the black stars and sequins sprinkled in.

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  2. Beautiful card...I like how the balloons look translucent!
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  3. Every single time I see those Everyday Labels, I want them more!! Stunning card, Yana!
    =] Michele

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  4. Gorgeous card, Yana! How awesome you are making balloons to look like floating in the air with two shades of yellow. Great placement, too!!! May

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  5. Oh my goodness! I love this!!! Those yellow balloons are so happy and fun!!! Love how they overlap!! And LOVE the pops of black!! Super stunning card!!

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  6. Fantastic card. Love the color combo.

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  7. I love it too! It really does look like they are floating up. love those HA inks too, I prolly need some. ;) Paulette S.
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