Thursday, February 21, 2019


Sometimes using a numerical representation of the birthday boy or girl’s age is to share in their excitement (four-year-olds LOVE being four!) and sometimes, it’s maybe to rub it in a bit…in a loving way, of course. This month, we're challenging you to come up with interesting ways to feature numbers in your designs — whether recognizing the milestone of a newly-christened teenager, the celebration of hitting the half-century mark, or anything in between (or beyond!) we want to see numbers in play.

My card inspired by the challenge:

To begin, I stamped the images from the from the Party Penguins stamp set with Premium Dye Inks (Extreme Black, Orange Zest, Ripe Raspberry, Blu Raspberry, Cotton Candy, Red Hot) and cut them out with the coordinating dies.

To make the balloons I used the Balloon Numbers Die-namics with Prestige Card Stocks (Wild Wisteria, Blue Raspberry, Ripe Raspberry, Cotton Candy).

To create the floor for the front panel, I ink blended it with Blu Raspberry Premium Dye Ink.

To finish, I adhered the images as shown. 

I hope you enjoyed my project. As always it's a fun challenge! I hope you'll play along with us. Visit the Card Challenges blog for more information on The Birthday Project challenge and for more inspiration from the participating design team members.

Thank you for visiting me today! 
Happy stamping!!

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