Sunday, 2 March 2014

Birthday Banner

It's Day 2 of teaser time for Clearly Besotted Stamps' March release. And today I am featuring the cute Take Flight stamp set and dies.
For my super simple CAS card, I stamped the helicopter and sentiment in Hero Arts Silver Shadow Ink then die cut and adhered onto some Papertrey Ink polka dot paper.  This Silver Shadow Ink is so pretty and looks fabulous stamped on coloured cardstock too.
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I also used some Gutermann silver metallic thread to attach the helicopter and banner together. 
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I'll be back tomorrow with my day three card. See you then. 
Supplies


16 comments:

Michelle said...

Great card Lucy, I love the colours xx

Anja (scrappie) said...

Lovely card lucy love the way you attached to banner to the little helicopter and that ink looks great.

Marianne said...

beautiful card Lucy

Stephanie said...

Super sweet and gorgeous and I just love the stitching, you'll have to give me sewing lessons Lucy! Because of you I'm now tempted to buy a sewing machine! x

Cindy C. said...

Oh this is so adorable and sweet!

Dotty Jo x said...

Great card, such a cute design - you are so witty! Jo x

cm said...

A-DOR-A-BLE! The wee helicopter carrying the banner is simply wayyyyy too cute! Love this!
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Gillian said...

Found you just a week ago and spent ages on your blog. Clever of Stephanie to sign you up! Lovely cards.

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Another fantastic card. Loving the inspiration. x

Louise said...

its great how the banner is hanging from the helicopter. fab colour x

Linda said...

WOW-you are on a roll. So many great cards in a row!

Gibmiss said...

Hi lucy
Fabulous card.... Love it ....
Hugs Sylvie xxx

loulou said...

I love the monochrome palette. This little helicopter is so much fun.

Katie said...

This card is SO cute and perfect for either boy or girl. I love the HA ink. Had not seen it before.

Petti said...

This is great!

Hamutal Shafrir said...

Gorgeous card! That banner attached to the helicopter is brilliant. I love the silver shadow ink, haven't seen it being used before. Thank you for sharing.