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My sister's birthday is new week.  What a great excuse to make a flashy and bright Birthday Card.  I took a "I refuse to conform" attitude making today's Birthday Card.  The rebel in me struggles with symetrical elements.

Robin's Birthday Card Tips


  • The Crushed Curry Embossing Powder really looks jazzy on the Pacific Point Card Stock.  There's no missing Big News birthday message.
  • The That's the Ticket stamp set and the Ticket Duo Builder Punch make cheap and trendy card & Scrapbook accents.  Stamped on Kraft paper, they are my new go to card accents.
  • A card this bold and bright deserves a little extra glitz.  I pulled a few sequins from the my Gold Sequin Trim and dotted them here and there.  The rest of the trim provides a dash of flash to my bow.




  • My Scallop Trim is actually 1" Old Olive Circles overlapping each other.
  •  I colored my Forever Floret Flower with Daffodil Delight and Old Olive Blendabilities.  I love the depth of color that I get coloring & blending with them.

Color Throwdown

 Confession time, I almost never think of using Pacific Point.  The Color Throwdown Challenge nudged me into including Pacific on my card.   And, the results are quite beautiful.


Have a fabulous day,


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What a pretty card Robin. Love the gorgeous flower. The colors look great. Thank you for playing along with us at The Color Throwdown this week!

Astrologer Panditji

thks for share it

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