The base of this handmade girl’s card will be C5 size so you need to cut your spotty paper 2cm smaller all the way around.
Then, mount your pink spotty paper onto some pink card stock leaving a 1cm border all the way around.
Next find some pink organza ribbon in your card making supplies. The ribbon needs to be about 4-5cm thick.
Tie the ribbon around the panel you have just made from the spotty paper and Bazzill card.
Dig out some girly themed embellishments such as handbags and shoes or bath and beauty themed embellishments. Make sure the embellishments have the colour pink in them so that they match with the backing paper used for the front of the card.
Mount some of the embellishments onto the same bring pink card stock you previously used.
Then mount them onto the spotty paper leaving a small border.
Then again onto the bright Bazzill card stock.
Place the entire topper (panel) on to the front of the card using 3d foam to raise it slightly.
To create your birthday messages you will need silver peel off stickers that contain the words happy birthday. Place the sticker onto a scrap of the Bazzill card and cut into a rectangle using a scalpel and metal edge ruler.
Never try cutting anything with a normal ruler as this will only end in disaster. Your scalpel will cut straight through the plastic! Not only ruining your paper, but also making a rather nasty dent in your ruler.
Attach your birthday message to the front of the card using 3D foam.
Quite often when purchasing scrapbook paper you find yourself with the same paper in different shades. Here is a classic example of how changing the colour and layout but using the same paper and materials can create a totally different card.
You can then use the scraps left over to create smaller cards as above.
This style of girl’s card has a lovely mix of elegance and fun.