Cupid, Birthdays and Candles, OH My!

Cupid, Birthdays and Candles, OH My!

 Cupid Bunny on card 

There’s been a lot of fun going on at The Cat’s Pajamas this month with the sweetest assortment of Birthday and Valentine’s goodies, and its me, Christine back with a few more creations to celebrate!  

With Valentine’s only a few weeks away, I’ll start off today with a fun love card!  Our favourite bunny is playing Cupid today and couldn’t be cuter, he’s Feelin’ Cupidy  and I’ve coloured him up with Copics, trimmed him out and placed him on a vellum lined layer so you can see the pretty background die.  

Bunny Cupid on Card
The patterned paper colours create a great colour backdrop, and I’ve added retired TCP dies (hearts and the Love sentiment).  

Flatlay TCP Bunny Cupid on Card
The background die was cut several times so I could add the different colours of patterned paper into the die.  

Slimline Bunny Card with Cake and Balloons
Next a mini-slimline birthday design that also uses a bunch of patterend paper to make it feel extra celebratory! It’s Forget About the Cake!
Slimline Birthday Card with Bunny and Cake
Bunny is coloured with Copics, and then I’ve added some retired TCP Dies (balloons) to accent.  
Flatlay Slimline Card with Bunny, Cake and Presents
A little white gel pen on the balloons and strings gives them that reflective quality, and the feeling they are floating away.  
Stencilled Flatlay Birthday Card with Letterboard Sentiment
Last up, I used the sentiment from the Sassy Birthday Digistamp.  This was a fun one to get inky!  For the background I did some ink blending with Distress Inks (Old Paper, Evergereen Bough and Grey) and then pulled out a retired succulent stencil from TCP and used the grey ink to stencil overtop.  Love the effect!  

Ink Stencilled Birthday Card
The sentiment from this set is used letterboard style.  I’ve highlighted a few of the parts of it with Copics, and then added it to the card with some sparkly paper and sequins.  A simple design that packs a punch!

Thanks for joining the celebrations today!  Here’s a peek at the products I used today:  




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