Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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 I created a couple of Birthday Cards to share today.
I went to get my grand daughter a birthday card and I didn’t have any!!!
I got busy…
I grabbed some beautiful Graphic 45 Botanical pattern papers….
Along with some chippies from Gypsy Soul Lasercuts. 
 I began by first cutting one of the Tudor Rose Singles in half.
Using Picket Fence Distress Paint gave the Tudor Rose Single and the Daisies a good coat of paint. 
Allow it to dry completely.
 Layer distress paints on the Tudor Rose Single and Daisies pieces til you achieve the look you like. 
Allow to dry completely.
Mat and layer pattern paper together on card front. 
Stamp sentiment with black ink and place on card front. 
Add butterfly.
 Adhere prepared Tudor Rose Single to front of card.
Add prepared Daisies pieces to front of card.
I created a Belated Birthday Card since….
I was a bad grandma and my sweet grand-daughter will receive her card late.
Layer pattern paper to front of card front. 
Prepare the Bird Watching and Tulip Scrolls using the above technique. 
Allow to dry completely. 
Adhere to front of card front.
Stamp sentiment to front of journal block. 
Adhere to front of card base with pop dots. 
Add prepared bird and ribbon to top of card front.
I hope you have enjoyed my birthday cards that I created today…
To check your stash and see if you have some ready to mail out!!!
Hugs Pam
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Supplies:
Tudor Rose Singles
Birdwatching Shape Set
Tulip Scroll Corners
Other Supplies:
Graphic 45 Botanical Tea Pattern Paper
My Colors: Grasshopper, Ocean Side, Sweetie Pea
Ranger Distress Paints: Picked Raspberry, Picket Fence, Fired Brick, 
Spun Sugar, Forest Moss, Peeled Paint, Bundled Sage, 
Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch, Wild Honey
Stampendous: SSC1115 Birthday Wishes Stamp Set
Pop Dots

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Guest Designer
I’m so happy to be a Guest Designer for Gina’s Designs Lasercuts and help promote  their wonderful products. They so generously supply me with so many fabulous chipboard piece  to work with like those that I’m using today.
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One thought on “Happy Birthday Cards with Gypsyp Soul Lasercuts

  1. Jean Bullock says:

    Beautiful cards and great tutorial.


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