My niece recently turned 30 so I made her a special card for her birthday. The day didn’t start out very well, as while her car was parked in front of her parents home, it was struck by a neighbor from down the street. The vehicle had to be towed as there was extensive damage to the car and it was not driveable. Not a very good start to her 30th year! Once again, I turned to my Stamping Bella stamps. I choose Tiny Townie Garden Girl Poppy.
I used my Copics to color her. The colors I used are listed at the bottom of my post.
(Some of my markers need cleaning! They got a little sticky and wouldn’t blend well! Ugh! LOL! I have used them so much over the past two months that now they need a little tender loving care….cleaning! LOL!)
I’ve had the Eiffel Tower die for some time, and thought it would make a great background for this stamp. After die cutting it, I added some glitter embossing powder to give it some sparkle. I “distressed” my background paper and added some Tim Holz Vintage Photo ink to the edges.
I die cut my image using the matching die and also die cut some fun foam to pop her up. I wanted the “30” to be a little subtle, so I used some paper from the same paper pad as the paper I used as my background. I used the Stitched Numbers from My Favorite Things to cut out the numbers. I also cut the numbers from some fun foam so that they are also popped up.
And of course, I had to add some Nuvo drops. Red Berry seemed to go perfectly with the Copics that I used.
Thanks for stopping by!
Copics: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000; T4, T10; V00, R29, R17, R14; E79, E57; E35; 100, C9, C6, C4; C1, C00