80th Birthday card Share!

Today I have quick share of a card that I made for a friend’s mother who is from Holland. Hence the orange tulips!

Lostinpaper - Altenew - Penny Black (tulip card) 1

It’s hard to see but there is a shaker in the ’80’ it has a black background and some shiny Pitch Black glass glitter from Prima.

Lostinpaper - Altenew - Penny Black (tulip card) 1

I’ll be back again real soon, Hugs

Therese signature 2

Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – Yellow Chartreuse / Limepeel / Moss Green / Sand / Yellowed Orange / Pale Vermilion.

19 thoughts on “80th Birthday card Share!

  1. The two sizes of tulip stamps gives it a lot of depth and the way you did the sky also adds dimension. Lovely.

  2. Oh … I do love tulips – and have YET to make this set mine! I’m betting that 80 year old will adore it!

  3. Lovely, Therese … tulips are such beautiful flowers and your field of them here is fabulous! That shimmery black shaker glitter is so eye catching … and glamourous! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  4. I have been enjoying following your posts since I found it a couple months ago. Your creativity is so inspiring, and this card is another one. I found the black beads after re-reading your comments on how you did this card. Clever!

  5. What a beautiful card Therese. Those tulips look so real. Love the background making this card look just like there are tulips growing in the garden. Fabulous shaker card. Now I am reminded of Tiny Tim singing Tip Toe Through the Tulips………..

  6. So sorry for the late post…This is absolutely beautiful, Therese! I love that you chose orange tulips and your glass glitter is so striking! Your friend’s mom is going to love this card!

  7. superb layering here and I love the mottled green in-between the stems, as well as the sky, such a beautiful scene. I’ll bet she loved it x

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