Tuesday, October 6, 2015

SHOPPING OUR STASH #222 - Birthday


Good morning and welcome! This week at SHOPPING OUR STASH we'd like to see you dig up your oldest birthday themed items and make a project with them. (Paper, stamps, stickers. Whatever is the oldest in your stash) Here's the card I made:


 Here's the inside:

I've used stamps from a couple kits from 2012. The paper and alpha stickers, while not technically birthday themed, also date back to 2012. (I don't own any birthday themed paper) Plus, I used more of my stash of stickers. Yay me!

I know you have friends and family with birthdays coming up. Why not make a card or five and link it up at Shopping Our Stash?  Just be sure to use your oldest birthday supplies. ☺ Also, please check out what the other gals have created and leave them some bloggy love! Thanks for hanging out with me.



Supplies:
Stamps: Unity Stamp Co. - February and July 2012 KOM
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Echo Park - This & That: Charming
CS: Darice
Accessories: GC; Avery Elle - Double Pierced Rectangle dies; Provo Craft, Recollections, Echo Park - Alpha Stickers; Fiskars - corner rounder; Sakura - white Gelly Roll pen; Faber Castell - black Pitt artist pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares

7 comments:

  1. Great cards, love the sentiments. they are perfect masculine cards.

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  2. yay, you indeed! i looooove it! perfect outside + inside birthday combo, with meritorious multi-source stash usage!!! :)

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  3. Ha ha ha ha ha that is perfect....oh I can so see using that sentiment for my dad (me old pot & pan)
    Great job!!

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  4. I LOVE those stamps! At first I thought the inside would say "vintage", but "classic" is a little nicer. :)

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  5. 2012? Seriously, you can only go back three years? :D Hey, it makes a great card, so it's all good!

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  6. Awesome!! I LOVE this! That is such an awesome sentiment, and I LOVE those vintage car stamps! Works so great for a masculine birthday theme!

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  7. I can see me handwriting afterwards...nah, j/k, you're definitely old. lol
    This is awesome, way to make it happen :)

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