Fabby Friday Birthday Wishes

Hi everyone!! It's Fabby Friday over on the Tiddly Inks Challenge Blog. I hope the design team samples inspire you to get crafty this weekend.

Today, I am sharing a card that I made using the Tiddly Inks clear stamp set that was included in an early September edition of Quick Cards Magazine. This adorable little girl - Wren in the Fall - is such a versatile image. Instead of using traditional Christmas colors, I used bright pinks and blues to go with the fun butterfly background on this birthday card.

The card base was super simple to create using the Framelits Royal Stand-Ups Die from The Stamps of Life. This set includes 22 dies to create various coordinating layers and even several word dies.

I also tried out my new Wink of Stella glitter pen in clear - wowza - why didn't I get one of these pens before now? I love it!! Can you see the sparkles on her scarf in the above photo? You can also see the faux enamel dots on her jacket. I learned this little trick from Laura Fadora. For my card, I dabbed on little dots of Ranger enamel accents in white and then colored them with my Copics once they were dry.

Have a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by!!

Challenges Entered:

MarkerPop Challenge #53 - Anything Goes
Mema's Crafts October Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge - Using 3 in a Row (Stamp, Bling, Die Cut) + Ribbon & Sparkle


Stamps: Wryn in the Fall (Tiddly Inks); Borderline (Verve)
Dies: Stitched Scallop Border (Lil' Inker Designs); Royal Standup Framelits (The Stamps of Life)
Other: Ribbon (RRR); Enamel Accents; Wink of Stella Pen in Clear; Rhinestones


  1. Great card! Such a cool shape.

  2. Adorable card. Thanks for joining us at Mema's Craft's. PennyRae DT

  3. Absolutely to cute! Thanks for stopping by and playing with us at Mema's Crafts. Good luck and we hope to see you again.


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