Spring Time Birthday Hugs

by - 6:00:00 AM

Hi everyone! Monica here from Taylormadecards4u. We have been enjoying some fantastic weather here in Phoenix, We need to enjoy it while we can, because in just a few months we will be well into the  100's...Oh Boy!  But today I am here to share with you one of my favorite types of cards...my passport cards. 

I just love love love making these cards. They are so versatile and can work for so many occasions. I cry every time I sell one as they are each made with such care and personal touches.



This image I had from Create with TLC and I used several of So Suzy Stamps throughout the card. I went with a Parisian birthday theme using an eiffel tower and Bonjour sentiment. I happen to already have an Eiffel tower stamp, but you can also find one in So Suzy's store in her Paris Collection.


I love her sentiments. They are just the right size. I really like the smaller sentiments. They are perfect and do not take over in your project, but are added elements when creating. Don't be afraid to try unique/different stamps. One might wonder how to use the sentiment Breathe, but this is my second design I have used it in. It is a creative way of saying relax and enjoy! 

 As you can see I also added washi tape, a punch out butterfly and some rub on's from Tim Holtz. I always add some sort of tab on the middle panel. It is a fun way to turn to the next page. 


Now these cute little girls get a lot of stamping. It is one of my favorite stamps called Sisterhood. As you can see I added another Parisian element in the corner using the Paris Post Mark.


And of course you MUST always decorate the backside of your passport card. 

Well, I hope you like my card. Don't forget there still are a few days left to play along in our birthday theme'd challenge. And as always you can find more inspiration by following us on InstagramFacebookPinterest and Twitter.  

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2 comments

  1. Very pretty card! I really enjoyed the unexpected way you had the card open. I've gotta try that too. Thanks for creating this for us. =)

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