cross my heart crossword puzzle birthday card www.stampingjulie.com

A Crossword Puzzle Birthday Card

cross my heart crossword puzzle birthday card www.stampingjulie.com
I fell in love with this set when it was introduced in the spring catalog. I loved the little butterfly – I’m a sucker for butterflies, as you know! But I also loved the clever crossword puzzle greetings. I like crossword puzzles; not challenging crossword puzzles, just the easy ones that can be completed in a 15 minute break. I don’t do crossword puzzles for the challenge, I do them for the entertainment.

cross my heart crossword puzzle birthday card www.stampingjulie.com

Even though a cute cupcake comes with the set and is a perfect pair for the happy birthday greeting, I still used the butterfly, because I LOVE butterflies!  (Have I mentioned that?)  And even though the crossword greeting has a whimsical feel, this card has a more sophisticated look I think because of the colors, the die-cut doily and the Natural Composition music paper.  My paper snips made easy work of clipping out the crossword.

cross my heart crossword puzzle birthday card www.stampingjulie.com

The layout was inspired by the mother’s day card I showed you Sunday.

Here’s the card recipe:
(All supplies are Stampin’ Up! Click on the product link to visit the online store for pictures, details & ordering.)
Stamps:  Cross My Heart wood-mount #126580 or clear-mount #126582*
Ink: Pink Pirouette #126956, Primrose Petals #126858
Paper: Whisper White #100730, Primrose Petals #126841, Natural Composition dsp #126917
Extras: Big Shot #113439, Delicate Doilies Die #126999, 2-1/2″ Circle Punch #120906, Paper Snips #103579, Primrose Petals Stitched Ribbon #126844, Dimensionals #104430
**Spring catalog sales end May 31st

Click here for the retiring Stampin’ Up! stamps list. Click here for the retiring accessories list (with updates on sold out product).  Some discounted up to 60% off.  Order your favorites now!

Enjoy!  Julie

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