In the occation of The Male Room Challenge's 100th challenge the next couple of weeks we ask you to make creative projects under the theme of celebration.

My card this time is a birthday card for a fun guy who loves green.

To make this card I started making the alcohol ink background using blue and yellow alcohol inks. I also used gold foiling and glitter to make my design.

I used a skinny frames die and glued it on the background panel, gold embossed the "gratulerer" (It means congratulations) and the balloons and popped them up on the frames and background.

To finish the card I popped the whole thing up on foam tape and glued it to a white card base.

I hope you will join us in the celebration.

* Simon says stamp monday challenge - B is for? (Baloons)
* My besties art - Anything goes + option silver or gold
* Freshly made sketches - #366
* The Paper Shelter - Birthday/Celebration


  1. Wow. Beautiful card. The alcohol ink background is excellent and it compliments the gold embossing.
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  2. That alcohol ink background is fabulous! And I love the way you've framed it with the skinny frames. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  3. Well the background is absolutely pretty, love all the patterns made by alcohol inks. Thank you for joining Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

  4. Clever take on the sketch and love the background pattern. So glad to see you this week at FMS and thanks for entering our DT call!

  5. Your alcohol-inked background looks fabulous, Lise Mariann. Wonderful card and a great take on the sketch. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

  6. Great birthday card. Thanks for joining us at the paper shelter this week.


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