Birthday Card for an Adult Princess

I used a stamp set called Crown Stamp from AI as well as a sentiment from Amuse Studios called Birthday Greetings and a background stamp from Stampin’ Up called On Safari.  I made a mask for my lady and the sentiment about the crown by stamping them on  post-it-note paper and then cutting as close to the stamped image as possible and trying to keep the sticky part on the piece you’ve stamped.  If you don’t have any sticky part left on your post-it-note, use a little bit of tape runner on it and then touch it to your clothes to take off some of the sticky part and it doesn’t tear your paper when you remove it.  I stamped the lady and the sentiment about the crown on a piece of white 110 pound cardstock that was 3 3/4″ x 5″ high.  I put the masks over the lady and the sentiment then used Stampin’ Up ink called Peach Parfait on the On Safari stamp and then put the paper with the masks upside down on the On Safari stamp and pressed really hard to ensure the image transferred around the masks and over the rest of the paper.  To color my lady I used a variety of alcohol markers from Spectrum Noir and an Adirondack marker .  I apologize that my head is in the image, as this is one of the videos where the camera was tilted down and I didn’t realize it.   I stamped the inside sentiment on torn paper and applied it to the inside of a 5 1/2″ tall by 4 1/4″ wide brown patterned paper with a white back.  I used fun foam that had a sticky backing on it and applied it to the back of the pink card stock layer that is 5 1/4″ x 4 ” wide.  I used some small brads that were light blue flowers from my stash and applied them randomly to the layer with the lady on it.  I then put the lady layer onto the pink layer that was already attached to the brown layer with tape runner.  I used pink washi tape on my envelope.  I thought the card was cute and hope you like it as well.

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