We'll start at the beginning, what can be more fun than a 1st birthday? Here are a couple of ideas:
And a super cute idea for celebrating someone a bit older.
Here's how I got the cool arch, I curved the photopolymer stamp a bit when I mounted it on the block so that it would fit with the framelit. Then I cut it out with my big shot and snipped them apart.
This next card has a nice masculine feel, it's for my Dad's birthday in April.
And on this one, I'm having a little fun for my Mother-in-law, who turned 70 last year. You could also leave the again banner off and have a super nice card, although not quite as funny.
That's all for birthday cards today, although I have tons of ideas, just need to get them made of paper.
I've also made a bunch of anniversary cards with this set (and I'm almost thinking I blogged about them before? But I'll share them anyway).
The cards with DSP are using the Birthday Bouquet DSP and I used the coordinating card stock and ink colors (I love how Stampin' Up! does that! I mean it's amazing!).
I hope I've inspired you a bit!
For more inspiration, click on the image below or on the list below that.
Melissa Bolinger - http://creativeblessingsbymissy.blogspot.com/2016/02/remarkable-blog-tour-occasionssale.html
Tracie Langley - http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/traciesallaboutstamping/blog?directBlogUrl=/blog/86481/entry/bundle_up_save_sale_a
Anne Matasci - http://wp.me/pCcBw-23t
Heather Mathieson - https://inkyladybug.wordpress.com/2016/02/12/remarkables-blog-tour-february
Ann Monhollen - http://annscreativenook.blogspot.com/2016/02/love-is-in-air.html
Maria Pane -http://stampinandscrappinwithriri.blogspot.com/2016/02/remarkable-stampers-saleabration-and.html
Michele Reynolds - http://inspirationink.typepad.com/inspiration-ink// /
Pam Staples - http://wp.me/p3p2VA-1ge