Let’s Create Happy Birthday Cards With Wildlife Wonder Stamp Set

simple birthday cards using stamping techniques

Let’s create some Birthday cards with the Wildlife Wonder stamp set using some easy stamping techniques.  Go grab your Simply Scored Scoring Tool and let’s get started! You will find the PDF file for today’s Happy Birthday Card down below in this blog post.

I created this card for a group that I’m a part of; where each month we create a card and write the PDF file to share.  The theme for this month was a masculine card using a stamp set from the annual catalog or the mini catalog.  I chose to use the Wildlife Wonder stamp set and couple of super simple stamping techniques.

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What are the stamping techniques you ask?  Well they are really simple and some might not even consider them to be a technique.  See the raised lines all around the stamped image?  This was done with the Simply Scored Scoring tool.  I stamped the images first and flipped the cardstock over and scored all the way around at 1/4″ and at 1/2″.  The next step or technique was to lightly add color around the outside edge using the Blending Brush and Crumb Cake ink.  That’s basically it.

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Click HERE for the PDF file.


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Do you struggle to make masculine birthday cards?  Share the PDF file!  This is the perfect card for the beginner stamper.

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If you would like to do another round of my 25/50 Board; then all you have to do is place an order with me and use the Host Code for this month!   Earn a numbered square by placing a min. $50.00 (before shipping and tax order)and use my September host code. Every $50.00 spent will earn you a square and a chance at winning $50.00 in FREE products of your choice!

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Are there any Stamping Techniques that you would like to see?  Would you like to see more Birthday Cards using the Wildlife Wonder stamp set?
Have a Great Day and Happy Stamping!

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