Happy Birthday with the Basics

Happy Bday Balloon

What are the odds of having three people share the same birthday out of 38 people?  I think that's incredible, so I made them this card using the Birthday Basics Designer Series Paper.  It has some of the sweetest-cutest birthday designs.

Happy Bday Balloon2 Before stamping the sentiment I colored in the Curly Label Whisper White card stock punch out, I used a clear block to stamp the daffodil delight on it.  I transferred the color by stamping it.  Then I used the 'happy birthday' stamp from Teeny Tiny Wishes to stamp it.


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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.


  1. Happy Bright Birthday, love the colors and the DSP!

  2. Such a bright, cheery Birthday card. Anyone would be happy to be the recipient of this card. I love how you inked the curly label. When I first saw this technique, I went around my house picking items here and there and tried stamping them all. That was fun and I was left with some quite unique designs and shapes. =) My niece is sending me some samples and some of her scraps to punch. I can’t wait as the Birthday DSP has such great patterns and so colorful. Your colors ROCK. So nicely done and one I can handle making with ease now!!!

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