Simple Sunday: Birthday Doubles

Hi, I usually don’t make cards for the 4th of July, so I’ve been having fun doing 4th of July cards.  We have a friend at church, who I recently found out has a birthday on July 4th.  So I couldn’t miss this opportunity to make a card for him since he has such a special birthday.  It’s a simple card, so I hope to make this short, since I know that I make most of my posts too long.  Since I photographed this card outside, my whites came out more true to color.  Here’s the card I made for Ken. 



  • 110# Neenah Solar White Cardstock, cut to 8 X 6 inches and folded to make a 6 X 4 inch card
  • Doodlebug Design, Inc. Patriotic Picnic 6X6 inch Paper Pad
  • Our Daily Bread Pennant Alphabet Stamps
  • Simon Says Stamp Ink Pads
  • Pennant Row Matching Die
  • Clear Gelly Roll Pen to trace over the letters on the banner
  • DieUnicase, Numbers, Middle School Font, Die-Versions
  • Doodlebug Design, Inc. Twine
  • Glossy Accents

It is so fun making holiday cards.  Let the Independence Day cards I have recently posted on my blog inspire you to make some 4th of July cards or projects.  I love working with red, white and blue!  I KNOW you will, too! 

If you like this card, please leave a comment, or ask a question if you have one.  And don’t forget to click on the LIKE button at the bottom of the page.  Thanks for giving this a go.

Sparkle and shine,

Tricia Ann


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2 thoughts on “Simple Sunday: Birthday Doubles

  1. kath says:

    wow what a lovely colourful card…I’m sure your friend will love it…thank you so much for taking the time to join us over at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge…enjoy your weekend…hugs kath xxx


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