Artistic Avenger

Define Old

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This card was based on a colour challenge from SCS last week – using Kraft, Baja Breeze and Not Quite Navy. You may recognize the design a bit as I did a card just like this with the word “love” a few days back. Truth be told, I did this one first but the card is for a great friend who turns 40 tomorrow and I didn’t want to show the card before the day, you know?

I used retired Spring Break designer paper and embossed “40” randomly in clear embossing powder. The set I used for this was the Big Deal numbers.

I stamped “old” in Baja Breeze using my Big Deal Alphabet. I markered the word “define” from Define Your Life using my Not Quite Navy marker and stamped it on and then paper pierced underneath.

In the lower right corner, I added a clear rhinestone brad to the centre of a button bouquet button.

Happy 40th, Karen!

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11 thoughts on “Define Old

  1. I love the humor and design of this card!

  2. Gorgeous card! Love the design and colours.

  3. What a great design for a non-traditional for a birthday card.

  4. This has got to be the world’s best “OLD” card! I think it is clever, cute, and sassy!

  5. Hey, I found your blog from Nancy’s iPicks! Great stuff on here! I will be visiting more often! Love this post, the Define Old is fantastic!

  6. Love this card, I know some people who would giggle to receive something like this:)

  7. Stinkin’ cute, Carrie. Into the idea file it goes! TFS!

  8. LOL Cute! Love the colours and the sentiment.

  9. Very cute. Even better, I have all the supplies to do this for my brother, who turns 40 very soon! TFS!

  10. The layout really helps draw your focus on the sentiment (which is super cute BTW)

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