Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sisterhood Birthday Card

I created this super cute birthday card for a very good friend of mine who just turned "40".
I just love how it turned out!

The image I used is called "Sisterhood" by Penny Black. It's one of my favorite stamps!

I decided to paper piece some of the image. I can't tell you what paper collection I used, sorry. All the papers I used came from scraps I had left over from when I posted a tutorial on "How to Paper Piece Digi Images". Of course I used my flesh colored Copics, E00, & E000, along with a few Bic Mark it's. I cut out a few frames using my Accent Essentials Cricut Cartridge, and layered them together, edged with walnut stain ink. I also added a white border punch by Martha Stewart "Daisy Fan" to the right side of my frames along with a few Prima flowers centered with a pearl brad and an Iamroses skeleton green leaf. I finished my card off with a soft green satin ribbon on the spine side of the card.

~Thanks for Stopping by! Have a Happy Scrappy Day~


  1. That is adorable. I love the paper piecing and need to try it soon! :)

  2. Leslie, I love, love, love this card and everything you used on it, very pretty.

  3. What a cute card Leslie! This is one of my favorite images too from Penny Black. I really like the way it turned out!

  4. ,What a sweet card just became a follower I found you on youtube. Enjoying your videos and I am heading to my craft store to see if I can get the little wooden stamps you bought so cute. keep up the great work