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Celebrate with Ink it! Stamp it!


I'm so excited to be part of the first Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop. This month we will be sharing "Celebration" themed projects, I'm sure you will be inspired by what we have to show you.

My project was made as a special request, it took quite some time, but the end product is so worth it! The theme requested for this Birthday box was "Bling" and Turquoise - I had lots of fun with glittler! 


I used lots of products completing this Birthday Box, I got quite carried away!  The Birthday Blast Stamp set and Star Blast thinlets worked a treat, and Birthday Bright had the perfect Celebrate sentiment. The Number of Years set is fabulous to personalise birthdays and anniversaries too.


I couldn't believe how mammoth this was to create, but when you think about it, the inside of the box alone is 8 card fronts! I adore how the shading came out on the Balloons. Here's a close up of the stars in the centre piece


I made little note cards for birthday messages using the Balloon Pop up thinlets, they slide in neatly behind the Happy Birthday Banners cut from Bunch of Banners framelits


Well there you have it, my Birthday in a Box! Be sure to take the time to hop all the way around our Ink It! Stamp It blog hop to see all the incredible creations, and if you have a chance please leave a comment, we love receiving comments! You are currently on my blog, Sue Vine - Miss Pinks Craft Spot , check who is below me and that is where to head to next! Thanks for hopping with us today




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Comments

  1. My goodness, THAT's a celebration and a half, that's for sure! Just love it.

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  2. Such a perfect surprise box! Wow now I can't wait to reach 40 x

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  3. Sue, your cards are always amazing and this one is no exception-just love it!

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  4. This is just fantastic Sue, All those gorgeous ittle details. Shading glimmer paper, bling, the note cards and the centre piece too! WOW Shame I am already past 40 hahaha Maybe if I ask really nicely you could do one for my 50th lol.

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  5. Wow Sue, what an amazing project. The recipient is in for a treat!

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  6. thats such a huge card, with a huge effort. My goodness, what a beautiful project, well done Sue.

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    1. thanks Irene, yes it was huge, but so happy with the end result

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  7. WOW! Love your project! I fall in love with the middle one... very details. I love anything that bling bling....

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  8. Oh wow, what a cool birthday card for someone special. Love the colors! TFS

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  9. WOW!!! What a stunning birthday card! That centrepiece is amazing!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie, I'm really happy with the centre piece, it changed the whole feel of the "open" project too

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  10. WoW Sue... stunning project...love each and every detail...

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  11. BOOM!!!! Just gorgeous Sue.....such a great card.

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  12. Wow, What a nice little Surprise, birthday in a box. Looks amazingly good. :)

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