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Simple Birthday Card Using Die Cuts

Today we are making a simple birthday card using die cuts from the new Wild Rose dies.  It comes together so quickly and looks even better in person!  I can't wait to share it with you.

There is something about purple and green together that make me happy. And Highland Heather and Pear Pizzazz to be exact! It’s fresh and pretty and makes me feel happy.

Let’s chat about this card, but first let me share it with you.

 

The Project

Here it is!  See how pretty the purple and green look together?  Below are all the details.

 

simple birthday card using die cuts

 

The Details

I started by stamping my sentiment from the Magnolia Blooms stamp set and the fun chicken wire background from the All Wired Up background stamp to add texture to our card.  I used one of the fun stitched circle die cuts to die cut the Happy Birthday.

Then it's time to die cut your flowers and leaves.  Both of these dies come from the Wild Rose dies. These are available right now in a bundle with a stunning stamp set called To A Wild Rose.  These are such amazing products, they totally knocks my socks off!

A little ribbed Gray Granite ribbon is all we need to “tie” the whole project together – couldn't resist that pun!

 

simple birthday card using die cuts

 

The Supplies

To order any of these supplies, simply click on an image below.  Even though I didn't use the To A Wild Rose stamp set, I listed it in case you like bundle pricing like I do 🙂

Similar Projects

This card features the To A Wild Rose bundle as I said, and if you want to see another project using these stamps and dies, be sure to check out this project.

 

Pin It

Want to easily find this project again?  Simply pin it to your I Teach Stamping Pinterest board 🙂

 

simple birthday card using die cuts

 

Y'all Come Back Now

Be sure to keep checking back in with our site here.  Today was a simple birthday card using die cuts, our next card will be using the same stamp set, but a completely different layout.  See you soon!  XOXO, Meg