Monday, March 12, 2012

Happy Birthday Cake :: Heather Hoffman

Good morning! It's Heather from Houses Built of Cards with (surprise) a card for you today! This was for my nephew's birthday that we celebrated yesterday! Here is my card:
I used my poor neglected Cricut, and my Everyday Pop-Up Cards for the cake, and Formal Occasion for the frame.  
I added a face (with some Copic highlights) from the Peachy Keen February Kit of the Month: 


And...I put him on an Action Wobble!!! Action Wobbles are also available at Peachy Keen - and they last a long time, so it is a wonderful investment! They add so much fun to a card! Here are a couple shots of it in "action" (hee-hee!):

The sentiment is also from the February Kit - it is amazing to me how versatile these sets are! I don't think I will ever run out of uses for them! I tied some twine from Papertrey Ink, as well as a Papertrey Ink button right above the sentiment, with a simple knot so it is masculine enough. 
All the paper I used is from Authentique - and I inked just the edges of the frame with Tim Holtz distress ink in Tea Dye. 
Thanks so much for visiting today! Hope your week is off to a fabulous start!!!

6 comments:

Glora said...

This card is just PERFECT! The colors are beautiful and I LOVE everything about it! SO cute!!!! Hugs- Glora

Beebeebabs said...

Cute cute cute!!!

Jannie said...

Love it!!! And the cute face!!! OM Gosh

Jennie Garcia said...

That is so adorable!! I Love that paper!! That face is so cute!!
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com

Kim Score said...

fantastic use of the action wobble!

Angelica Suarez said...

I love this card Heather! The face you used for the cake is perfect, it's like he knows the candles are going to be blown out at any second! Love the great wobble shot!