Sunday, February 25, 2018

Magical Mermaid Birthday Card

The Make Waves - Scrapbooking stamp set has such a lovely mermaid that I thought would make a great birthday card for a lovely little girl.  I chose Pattern 23 from the Make It From Your Heart 4 book for the design of my card. It has a simple 2.5" circle overlapping a 1/2" strip. What I like about the sketches is their simplicity with examples adorned with more elements and embellishments. I liked the way the mermaid could overlap the circle. I love grouping components.


My background panel is a Cricut cut I resized from the Artbooking cartridge. You can use my cut file if you'd like.  I colored the mermaid with copics, then easily fussy cut her. The silver embossed sentiment comes from a retired stamp set, Birthday Princess.

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:

Cardz 4 Galz #65 - Stamping
Crafty Catz #405 - anything goes with optional birthday theme
Cut It Up Challenge #142 - anything goes with a die cut
Heart 2 Heart Challenge - Make It From Your Heart Sketch Challenge




5 comments:

Puppy Kisses and Paper Dreams said...

Your mermaid is absolutely adorable! She looks happy. Your background is gorgeous too. Thanks for stamping along with us at Cardz 4 Galz! - Chris, DT

Cut It Up Challenge Blog said...

I love all the subtle wave elements in your card, as well as the adorable mermaid!

Thanks for joining us for our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!

Evelyn
http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

Tammy said...

Awww what a cute card, I love that image and that awesome die cut background! Thanks so much for joining us at Cardz 4 Galz!
Tammy x

Katrina Brown said...

Such a fun card! The die cuts are wonderful and the mermaid adorable! Thanks for sharing with us at Cut It Up! ~Katrina

Sue Reynolds said...

The background die cut and the sentiment panel really give the effect of water and love the mermaid...coloring is great. Adorable and fun card. Thanks again for sharing with us at Heart2Heart this past month. Hope to see more of your projects in our March themes.