Hope Your Birthday Rocks Like You Do!

Hello Everyone,

I enjoyed the long weekend. Sorry it is over. Hope you all enjoyed your weekend too. Did get many cards done I wasn’t in the craft room much. I did enjoy having coffee and talking crafts with my sister on Saturday though. I did start a few and had to finish this one for my Granddaughter’s birthday. She is into records and recently started a little band with some of her high school friends.

It’s a wobbler designed to look like an award. I went with this design because we lover her to pieces and she surely is a winner in my book. On with the design and ingredients. 

First let me tell you the inside says – I hope your Birthday Rocks like you do! 

Paper: Neenah 110# White A2 top folded base. Neenah 80# front for banner panel. MFT black card stock, MFT pattern paper from a black and white stripes and dots 6×6 pad and a scrap of black glitter paper.

Inks: Versafine Onyx black and Distress Oxide in Spiced Marmalade.

Stamps: Sentiment is from MFT and the music note is a Fiskars roller die that I have but don”t have the roller. I use it just to create sheet music lines or notes when I want need them for a background. I wanted a grungy look so I just over stamped it several time. 

Dies: Sizzix banner flag die set and Spellbinders stacking circle die set. After die cutting the 2 circles I needed, I took the large circle and ran it though again with all the circles but instead embossed them to get the groves in the record look. The small glitter circle was a 1/2 inch EK success punch.

I went around all the embossed grooved lines with a Wink of Stella pen. 

Lastly the record is attached with a mini wobbler to create the interactive movement. 

It would have been so fitting for SSS Wednesday interactive challenge last week but works for this week too because the challenge is – Black, White and one other color so I will be linking it there.

Be sure to check out the challenge blog for more fun and inspiration. 


Thanks so much for stopping by and as always I appreciate your kind comments.  Be sure to subscribe/follow along for future blog posts.

Enjoy ~ Pat

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