Thursday 7 February 2019

Simple Birthday card | Stampin up Amazing Life Stamp Set | Creating Kindness Blog Hop

Hello, Friends :-)

Thank you for joining us on our Creating Kindness Blog Hop with special guest Louise Sharp.

This month's Theme is "Birthday"

Since December, I had lots of things happened(my boy became 3, my girl became 5, our first hosted Christmas Eve dinner at our house-urgently cleaning and the tidy house needed!! and lots of COOKING and BAKING involved)
I completely lost my mojo for paper crafting. (also shcool holiday, having kids ages 3, 5 all day shouting and screaming aren't that easy to do something for my self.)

Finally, School Holiday finished, I am getting my mojo back  slowly (placed an order helped me Too :-P)
So the Birthday theme is just perfect for me to slowly getting back on track again.
Last few months, I had some chances to make birthday cards for a male. I tried to make several cards, they all looked girly in the end. 

This time I tried to aim to make birthday cards for suitable for anyone.
My plan was to stamp only outline stamps, so It can be for male or female depending colouring.
I remember that I got a free stamp set at November 2018 onstage that called "Amazing Life"
The stamps are just perfect that not too big or small for filling a background.

I started to stamp on white cardstock in black ink, I was going to use watercolour. but It didn't look suitable for a male. so I watched my favourite cardmaker's youtube videos to get inspirations.

I got the inspiration that stamping on coloured cardstock when I saw this beautiful card.
The Key was that stamping black ink on light grey cardstock. I stamped on the smoky slate cardstock and colouring with prismacolor colored pencils.
I am so happy how the cards turned out!

The funny thing was, I left them next to each other on my desk.
Next day morning, My husband was asking me while I was half sleeping If I had a birthday card that already made.
I said there was one for male and one for female.  and back to sleep again.
after school run, I was checking my desk.
Guess what!?
I had only blue one left alone on my desk! haha my husband took a pink one for his colleague!!
(He said my room was dark so didn't really look - Defo man look lol)
The matter is I need to stock up birthday cards more :-)
Hope you like my cards :-)
I've filmed a process video to show how to make this card.
You can watch on my youtube channel

The Creating Kindness Design Team members are sharing projects today.
Here is the VIDEO HOP LINKS:
1. Jenny Hall -
2. Paula Dobson -
3. Jay Soriana –
4. Marcy Denning –
5. Cheryll Miller -
6. Danielle Bennenk - 
7. Jerim Dickins –
8. Sara Levin -

Thanks for visiting my blog today, there are so many amazing ideas and inspiration you don't want to miss. Currently, you are at my blog - Willowpiggy - Jerim Dickins - UK, and Next blog is Sara Levin - USA.

Blog Hop Participant List

1.  Louise Sharp – Guest Designer - Australia
2. Jenny Hall – USA
3. Lou Kitzelman – Australia
4. Paula Dobson  - New Zealand
5. Jay Soriano – UK
6. Marcy Denning - Canada
7. Cheryll Miller – Australia
8. Danielle Bennenk – Netherlands
9. Jerim Dickins – UK  <- You're here :-)
10. Sara Levin – USA
11. Carolynn Sander - Canada
12. Charlet Mallett - USA

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