Winged Masterpiece Birthday Card

Winged Masterpiece Birthday Card

Isn’t today’s Winged Masterpiece birthday card so beautiful? I am in love with this month’s Close To My Heart Stamp of the Month, Winged Masterpiece.

CTMH March Stamp of the Month, Winged Masterpiece

The butterfly and dragonfly in this stamp set are simply gorgeous. And the variety of sentiments, as well as fonts, in this set is amazing. It feels like it would be impossible to create a project with this set that wasn’t spectacular.

Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Ink Pad

I used a blend of Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Inks to create the background for my card. About a month ago I shared a similar style card with my Cherished Blossoms Love Card. I stamped the images in our Intense Black Ink. (Because the background ink is Distress Oxide, the black ink reacts and looks a little muted in comparison to if it was stamped directly onto cardstock.)

Winged Masterpiece Birthday Card Inside

I wanted to bring a little of the outside beauty to the inside of the card. I cut a small strip of the colorful Distress Oxide inks that I used to create the card front background and adhered it to some Black Cardstock before adhering it to the inside of the card. It was a small touch that had wonderful results.

CTMH Black Bursts

And speaking of wonderful results, I loved adding a few of our Black Bursts to my stamped butterfly. It seemed like the perfect addition since I matted my card in black. And stamped in black. Plus, the butterfly itself is made up of small flower images. These little embellishments, while not intentionally designed as flowers, work wonderfully as flowers!

The best part about this beautiful stamp set is that you can get it for only $5 or FREE (if you are a VIP Customer) and you spend $50 or more this month. Plus, then you could create your own beautiful Winged Masterpiece birthday card!

2 thoughts on “Winged Masterpiece Birthday Card”

  1. I really like this card! I would like to know more about the stripes. How did you do that? Have you taught that at a class that I missed?

    • Thanks, Melody. Yes, it was a technique I taught at the February Technique Time Class. Be on the lookout as I’ll likely share it in the SunnyDay Sessions Community. It was a hit at the Tech Time Class!


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