Friday, February 27, 2009

A Hybrid birthday card

I have been so bad about blogging this week. I can't believe it is already Friday and I haven't posted all week. I have recently been inspired by all the hybrid projects I have seen in cyber world lately. I had forgotten about all the kits I had purchased years ago at PcCrafter.com, and decided to locate them on my computer. This card is made using the Birthday Celebrations digital kit. It was just perfect to make a birthday card for my little niece. I added a little sparkle to the number with a startdust clear glitter pen. I also used a glue pen to go around the edges to add some glitter to the mat.
Here is a close-up of the image. You can see the sparkle better here. I used foam tape to adhere the image and give it more dimension.
Here is the picture of the inside. The party hats are from the same kit, I just cut them out and glued them on.


Supplies-

Paper: Papertrey white, berry sorbet, plum pudding, pattern paper from Birthday Celebrations
Ink: Papertrey berry sorbet
Stamps: happy birthday sentiment (The Paper Company)
Image: Birthday Celebrations (PcCrafter.com)
Accessories: stardust clear glitter pen, diamond dust glitter, berry sorbet ribbon (Papertrey), cuttlebug happy birthday folder, curved rectangles nestibilities

9 comments:

Kryssi said...

lovely!

Gina said...

what a great card for a little girl! I have ever done any of the digital or hybrid stuff, this is very cute.

Sara said...

Oh, this is so cute-love it!!! I haven't gotten into the hybrid stuff, might need to try it.

Carmen said...

OH, I like this hybrid stuff! TFS

Scrubbysue said...

How cute! I love everything about it. The colors are awesome and the embossing finishes it nicely.

Jackie (Sweetest Girls) said...

Such a gorgeous card...very, very cute!

specialcraftmom4 said...

Beautiful card !

Chris said...

This is just amazing...I love the front panel and yet the inside is equally lovely!

All the best to you and your family!

Paula said...

What 3 year old wouldn't want this bright and sparkly card?