Cricut Artfully Sent has quite a few swing card patterns so I thought I'd try another with a flower cut-out using CTMH Blossom paper. I adjusted the size to 6.5" x 5" in Design Space. If you unlock the lock next to the size you can make the proportions different than the original. I liked the inside sentiment mat that was cut with "stitched" scalloped edges. I had a sheet of green vellum from eons ago so I cut leaves on the Cricut for the front and inside.
I combined several small birthday sentiment stamps to get the one I wanted, making sure that they fit behind the top or showed on front like the Happy Birthday (see recipe below). I wanted a large sequins inside the flower center and added a few more by placing them under solid flower parts. Practicing first on a sample made from yellow paper from my scrap drawer helped.
(Since I wasn't sure how it would turn out so I practiced with this Basic Grey double sided paper from my scrap drawer first and decided to keep it, too.)
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I'm sharing the blue card with the following challenges:
613 Avenue Create #158 - anything goes with optional birthday/anniversary
Crafting from the Heart #94 - anything goes
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper January Challenge - anything goes with patterned paper
Fantasy Stampers #53 - Happy Birthday
Lemon Shortbread Challenge #6 - anything goes
Paper Minutes #417 - anything goes
Quirky Crafts Challenge #1 - Let's Quirky Celebrate
The Crazy Challenge #217 - celebrations
Winter Wonderland - Spring is in the air
6.5" x 5" Birthday Card Recipe:
Papers - CTMH Blossom (blue an sunset), White Daisy CS; Basic Grey Nook and Pantry (Yellow); very old green vellum from my stash
Stamps - Both retired CTMH: Happy Everything, Card Chatter-Birthday
Ink - Memento - Tuxedo Black
Other - CTMH Cricut Artfully Sent, gold sequins