Practicing Creativity

Quick bicycle birthday card using Spellbinder's InSpire Bicycle die


This bicycle birthday card for my young cousin was whipped up in probably all of ten minutes.


I used Spellbinder's InSpire Bicycle die on paper from Trimcraft's Man Made paper pad.


The oval sentiment is from one of Cuddly Buddly's sentiment sheets – Kim's Twelve Oval Greetings.

Supply List
Paper – kraft card blank, cardstock, Trimcraft's Man Made paper pad
Dies – Die-namics Oval STAX, Spellbinder's InSpire Bicycle die
Embellishments – pearls

I'm linking up with: Paper Creator #50 – Keep It Simple, Great Impressions August – Anything Goes, and 613 Avenue Create – Anything Goes.

9 comments

  1. That's the great thing about fabulous dies: you can make an impressive card in short order! This is handsome. :)

    Hey, Shani, thanks so much for coming to visit my blog recently.
    I'm sorry about your mom. :( My heart is sad for you.
    Sending you a little bit of sunshine -- here you go, catch it! :-)

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  2. Just because it was quick doesn't make it any less fabulous! Wonderful card, I just love that paper!

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  3. The die cut and patterned paper are super!

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  4. Jan R. is right! I LoVe when a card can come together so quickly! And when it comes out a winner like that... SCORE!
    ~ginny
    RubberMAD

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  5. Hi, Shani! Love the palette on this project and it is wonderfully organized! Great work! thanks for dropping it off by our house here at 613 Avenue Create!
    Hugz
    Chana

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  6. Ooh, love the colour scheme on this one. A simple but effective card. Thanks for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create. Hope to see you again.
    Hugs, Sandy

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  7. Un très joli modèle très masculin, j'ai ces papiers et ils sont tous beaux,coordonnés avec le die c'est magnifique ! Gros bisous

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  8. Brilliant card, love the paper with the die-cut, they go perfectly together, thanks for playing along at the Paper Creator challenge, good luck, hugs, Colette xx

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  9. Great card! Thank you for joining our Great Impressions Challenge this month, and I hope you to see you next month.
    Ruza ~ GI DTC
    Ruza's Craft Corner

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