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Festive and Sweet "Happy Birthday" Wishes

Welcome to Altered Pages and I hope you are enjoying your Sunday! Susan here bringing you a lovely Birthday Card using Altered Pages Digital Collage Sheets, Glitz paper and gem bling.

I need a birthday card for sending out tomorrow, so I whipped one up using a few new things I recently purchased from The frame is die cut using the Genius die cutting plate system. It's so nice - the base plate is magnetic to help keep dies from moving around when cutting. The background paper is from Glitz "Pretty in Pink" paper pack and is embossed using an embossing folder.  The scalloped border is hand-cut from a sheet of striped patterned paper from the Glitz "Happy Travels" paper pack. My festive girl is from AP-1964 Little Sweeties and the sentiment is from AP-3000 Kit Words digital collage sheet. 

This little sweetie just pops right out to wish you a "Happy Birthday"!

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you are inspired to create something. Please visit the Altered Pages website for Collage Sheets, Ephemera, Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer, Rubber Stamps, blank items ready to alter, Project kits and more! I invite you to play along too and post your projects at the Altered Pages Facebook page HERE and you can also join the NEW Altered Pages Artsociates Facebook Group HERE.

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  1. Beautiful card. Love all of the elements and detail. You are just so creative!!!

  2. Too adorable! Need to get my hands on that collage sheet! so many great images there!

  3. Finally able to comment! YEAH. Susan, this little girl is one of my very favorite images and you made her even better! THANKS for posting for us to see.


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