March 5, 2014

Modern Retro Birthday Card

This card is quite "springified" even though spring is not quite here yet - as I sit here writing this post there is a beautiful layer of fresh snow on the ground - I know spring is right around the corner so here is my birthday wish card filled with the hope and promise of spring!


My simple modern retro 70's inspired stitched flower, stem and leaves is a brand new JustRite Papercraft release for march.  It is called:



I also used a new Spellbinders die template set called:  5 x 7 Modern Stationary.  The shiny surface on my flower is a crafty glaze that dries beautifully once set to reveal a clear coat right over an inked and colored image!


The JustRite Team have outdone themselves with creativity and inspiration!


Thank you so much for stopping by today!  I have more projects for you this week so do come by again.
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18 comments:

  1. Hi Kazan, Great card! Love the shine on the flower. Theresa x

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  2. Love your card. What is the glaze you used? I love the effect it has

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    1. Thanks Beth. It is called Journey Glaze - I am slightly addicted ;)

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