Thursday, August 6, 2020

Blushing Birthday Balloons with Pizzazz

Who doesn't like birthday balloons? You can pop them, sit on them, bounce them around, write on them, or set them free. Here is a balloon bouquet to celebrate a birthday at any age. Thoughts?

   Balloon Celebration

   Blushing Bride A-2
   Whisper White 5-1/4 x 4
   DSP Coordinating Scraps

   Blushing Bride
   Cherry Cobbler
   Archival Basic Black


   Balloon Bouquet Punch

I punched out balloons from 3 coordinating designer series paper sheets (DSP). Then I stamped the balloons individually. 

Next, I sponged the Whisper White panel and randomly stamped stars in the same ink.

I then stamped the balloon strings and arranged the balloons. When I was happy with the arrangement, I adhered them with dimensionals.

I stamped the ribbon bow using Cherry Cobbler.

Added the sentiment in Archival Basic Black. [This can be changed to suit your needs.]

Lastly, I adhered the Whisper White panel to the card base.

I made another card using Pear Pizzazz in place of Blushing Bride. This gave me a more masculine card. What do you think?

Everything is the same except you plug in Pear Pizzazz in place of Blushing Bride. With these three colors, the next choice is Rose Red.

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  1. The balloons look like they're stitched! Cool!

    1. I think so too. I punched and then stamped. I need to make a template of my punch so I can stamp and then punch. Thank you for you comment. I appreciate it.