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October 6, 2013

His and hers twin birthday cards

Almost forgot it's the first Sunday of the month and my turn to post over at the Bugbytes :).  Hello bloggers This is Melody at A Splash Here and There blog.  Thank you Pam for having me over to share a crafty project with your readers.  My twin niece and nephew had their 2nd birthday party yesterday and I created two separate cards for them - after all, each is beginning to have his and her own personality ;).  These cards are A2 size cards designed on the Silhouette Studio and all cuts were done using my Cameo.

The base of the cards and all of the inside parts were by Lori Whitlock called birthday candle pop up card (Design ID #40180).  I used the fonts already in my computer to write personalized sentiment before I cut the inside mat.  I made the candle image to be a print only in my choice of color, duplicated that to have 2 birthday candles in each card.  Below are the pieces after printing and then cutting.

The banners for the font of the card were by a set of ribbon banners (Design ID #24243) by Jamie Koay. I used the fonts from my library to cut the letters of the twins' names inside the banners. The images were by Polly Craft, colored with Promarkers.  I imported the images onto the Studio to size them inside scalloped square and oval images by Lori Whitlock (Design ID #26510).

Some closeups of the cards after assembly.  I used some scrap ribbons, buttons and flowers to embellish and some foam mounts for some depth here and there.

Thanks for looking and have a wonderful Sunday!


Audrey Frelx said...

OMG, these twin cards are just too adorable! Love em'

Anonymous said...

Both of your cards are very pretty! I love the way you colored them and all your little accents.

Karon said...

These are both so adorable! Love the pop up :-)

Unknown said...

These are darling!!!! Love the pop up!! I take care of a set of boy/girl twins and it is not always easy to be matchy matchy as they get older. These are great!!! Not identical, but totally matchy :)

Dk said...

You did an awesome job. they are so cute!!

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Thank you ladies!

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