My name, Karin, was pretty common when I was growing up...just not the spelling. Unless you are of German heritage like I am. So, I have spent my entire life answering the question, "What is your name"?... With, "Karin...with an "i"! Who knew it would come in handy all these years later when I went to name my blog.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Happy Belated Birthday

Hi Everyone,
If you hand make a card, how can anyone be upset that you're late in remembering their birthday, right? Especially if it's pink and has glitter :)
A simple embossed background lets this beautiful Fanfare Square from DRS Designs shine as the main element on my card today. I inked my stamp in Versamark and then in Versafine black ink, before embossing in rainbow embossing powder. It's basically a clear powder with some glittery flecks in it, but when paired up with a dark ink, it has a marvelous sheen. I die cut the square and added a bit of pink color with a Copic marker. The Tiny Belated Birthday greeting was a perfect fit in the center and I added some dimension to the card by using pop dots to adhere some the layers of my focal element together.
For embellishment, I used just the flowers from the Three Flowers with Butterfly stamp by fussy cutting them and adding them in a little group.
Thanks for dropping by and remember to join us every Thursday for a challenge. The theme this week is "Lucky Stripe". Hope to see you there!


Shona Erlenborn said...

You can send this my way anytime Karin! Love the little sentiment and the embossed background is great on the pink. I have that folder. TFS

Monica said...

Hi Karin, this is so very striking and pretty.
Hope you are doing fine.

Anne Temple said...

This is so pretty. Great design too.

Anne Temple said...

This is so pretty. Great design too.

April said...

So lovely, Karin! I love pink, black and white. So striking. Love it!

1CardCreator said...

Beautiful card Karin! ~Diane

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful card!!!!

Donna Ellis said...

Wonderful card, Karin, and such pretty colors. Pink and black always look great together! hugs, de

Gita said...

Gorgeous Karin! Love the fanfare square image and the pink/black colors.

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