Wish Big


     I saw a card recently that had lots of stars on it, and I immediately thought how colorful and beautiful it would look as a birthday card!  I just layered some striped design paper on my base card and stamped my layering piece with the Wish Big stamp from the Stampin’ Up! set called Word Play.  Then I cut out many stars in several colors and sizes and strategically placed them on my card to get the right look and just glued them down.  I also added some colored sequins and quite like how this card turned out!  What do you think?  Leave me a comment, I read them all.

     That’s it for now, but I’ll be back soon with another creation!  Have a wonderful day and remember…

     Hugs and keep smilin’…

     Sunshine Sharon

About sunshinelouisiana

I love God and Country and am obsessed with paper crafting...just can't seem to get enough of it! I love my virtual friends I make on-line and our group is growing by leaps and bounds! Let's play!
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10 Responses to Wish Big

  1. Brian says:

    Bright and beautiful – who wouldn’t love to receive that on their birthday?


  2. MichelleW says:

    I love your card!


  3. lostinpaper says:

    Such a bright cheerful card Sharon, I am only ‘getting into’ stars now, I don’t know what took me so long lol. They are classic!


  4. oh my how totally cute.. I am loving all those adorable stars and they just make me smile with all that color.. love it

    Thank you Sharon for the sweet comment you left me on the Chameleon Blog.. BTW.. totally love the new pens.. you should give them a try. 🙂

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  5. wonderful birthday card! Love the stars!


  6. cely says:

    absolutely adorable! love the bright colors!

    Liked by 1 person

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