I decided to make a cheerful birthday card and grabbed for the Hello Ladybug Bundle right away.
This bundle makes such cute cards. I always smile when I see these cards. I hope the birthday girl enjoys it.
I love how black and red goes together.
I used our Pattern Party Designer paper that you card earn for free as a Host reward. No, you don’t have to host a party to get it, just place an order or grab a friend and put an order in together. Qualify for the Host rewards and get this amazing pack of designer paper. You get 48 sheets of 12 X 12 paper. It’s valued at $30, but only uses 18 of your host rewards. If your order is a little under the $180- amount,( earns you $18- in rewards), Stampin’ Up! usually lets you still get it and pay the difference if it’s only a few dollars. You can see the paper in our annual catalog on page 171. Don’t miss it. It’s a great stack. You have pretty patterns on one side and black and white patterns on the back. The black and white offers you the choice to leave it as is or color it with your markers, or colored pencils. So much versatility is offered in this pack.
Cut red cardstock 4-1/4″ X 11″ and score at 5-1/2″.
Cut white piece 4″ X 5-1/4″.
Cut designer piece 1-1/2″ X 5-1/4″ and use seal to adhere to the card.
Stamp flowers in real red at the top of the card. Stamp Black Memento ink for the dots.
Wrap a piece of the ribbon around to the back and secure with seal. Add a glue dot under the center of the ribbon to stay in place.
Tie a bow and add to the ribbon with a glue dot.
Stamp the sentiment at the bottom of the card in black memento ink.
On a piece of basic white, stamp the leaf in Garden Green ink and cut out with paper snips.
Stamp the ladybug on white cardstock with real red ink. Punch out with coordinating punch.
Stamp the wings in real red ink on white cardstock and punch out with punch.
Adhere the wings with glue dots.
Add the leaf with dimensionals.
Add the ladybug with glue dots on the leaf and a dimensional under the part off the leaf.