Happy Birthday and Sweet Treats, Little Buddy..

Ok, you can't look at your card until your birthday, but in case it doesn't arrive in the mail by your birthday you can look on your birthday! I opted to leave the candles off!  HAHA! Of course, it looks better in hand than on monitor, but you will get the idea. 
It is made using the Card Feature and the Layers Feature of the Sweet Treats cartridge, and cut at 4 3/4".  This is the perfect size for an A2 envelope. The paper is Papertrey and the heart is cover Zyroned on both sides and covered with Martha Stewart glitter.  The Papertrey sentiment is stamped on a Spellbinders tag.  The polka dotted ribbon is also from Papertrey.




The card is for my sweet sister's birthday.

8 comments:

"SNOWMANLOVER" said...

Judith, your work is so beautiful.

lynn said...

pretty card, judith--and i love your photo prop!

~JulieH~ said...

Hi Judith
Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment!
I'm so glad you did as now I've found your blogs! Your work is so beautiful and I can see that you have mastered your Gypsy already! I'm still on the fence as I love DS but I expect I will cave in and get it eventually!
I saw this card on the Cricut MB and loved it, so next on my list will definitely be Sweet Treats!
Juliexx

mswillie said...

This is too cute!!!!

Crayola58 said...

What a cute card... I love that pink, and the ribbon is perfect for this design.
Carole

iluvmybugs said...

Beautiful card Judith....love the pink and always love glitter!!! TFS

Thanks for stopping by my blog and signing on as a follower (I have signed on as a follower of yours...love your creations!). Look forward to seeing your stair step card!!

Hugs,
Terry

TwoSpecialWires said...

Aww. Thank you Big Buddy. (J and F are letting me post a comment from their blog). I love my card! Almost as much as I love you.

See you soon! And then I can see your new creations, hold them, touch them, and tell you voice to voice how nice they all are!

Sherry said...

So pretty and I never thought of running something through the xyron to glitter it. Sooo much easier!! Thanks for sharing.