Practicing Creativity

LRW #703 CAS Birthday Card

It's Jan's turn to choose our theme at Little Red Wagon this week and she's chosen CAS cards! Click on over to check out the other girlfriends' creations and link up your own clean and simple projects. We look forward to seeing them.

I decided to raid my craft stash and make a simple card using a digital stamp from my digi stash – the Little Mice Blooms digi from Di's Digi Stamps (I have 179 of Di's digis). I enlarged the image so it'd take up more space and fill up the largest no-brand stitched square die I have (gotta love digis for that), colored it up, and glued it against colorful pink cardstock from my cardstock stash (I have quite a bit of plain cardstock lying around). Embellishments are a few strategically placed Carnation Pink Nuvo Crystal Drops (yep, got a stash of those, too). The sentiment (Happy Birthday in French) was created with Vladimir Script font (and oh, yeah, you know I have a font stash).

Supply List
Paper – cardstock
Digital stamp – Di's Digi Stamps Little Mice Blooms
Die –  No-brand stitched square
Embellishments – Nuvo Crystal  Drops Carnation Pink
Font – Vladimir Script
Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers
Art-n-Fly white pen

I'm linking up with Di's Digi Designs Challenge – Use Your Scraps/Stash.


  1. The flowers are pretty and the two little mice are adorable! Don't ya just love that you can make digi stamps whatever size you want!

  2. What a sweet image and fabulous colouring Shani, those little mice, I just love,,gorgeous card.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

  3. Such a cute card, Shani! I love the colours and the sweet image. I, too, have a font stash. (:

  4. Those mice are simply precious!! I don't use digis very often but I always love the way I can size them exactly right!! You've coloured the image so wonderfully well too!

  5. Love your sweet little mice and gorgeous coloring. The white highlights on the flowers are perfect and I love your font!


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