Monday, June 22, 2009

Nana's Ninetieth!

Geoffrey and I are sad that we are not able to attend our Nana Kershaw's Ninetieth birthday party at the end of the week. I wanted to make a really special card for her big day. I love the Chocolate Celebrations collection for birthdays. The recipe scrapbooking kit has great paper, stickers and cardstock shapes for cards, tags, and even wrapping gifts!

To create this card, I started with a basic pink cardstock and trimmed it to 7" x 12". With the longer side positioned vertically, fold the cardstock two times, creating 3 horizantal panels. I embellished the inside panels using the cake and cupcake journaling shapes, pink photo corners, and pink tonal striped paper from the recipe scrapbooking kit. Add pictures and notes as desired. When the inside of the card is complete, simply fold and tie with ribbon. Adorn with cake appetizing accent. And viola! Beautiful and special birthday card for your loved one.

*Note - Appetizing accents are stickers - grab a scrap of paper to create a backing for the sticker so that the card can be opened over and over. Then attach top left corner of the sticker with a small amount of glue directly on the ribbon.

Chocolate Celebrations Recipe Scrapbooking Kit - #806
Chocolate Celebrations Appetizing Accents - # 826

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