Beachy Happy Birthday Card

Hello everyone!! Happy Friday!

How are you liking the condensed sidebar elements? I am trying my best to get it all finished up for you.

I am also in the middle of getting things ready to MOVE! This is really exciting news and I am so glad to finally be able to talk about it. My hubby and I are finally ready to get our own place. This will be our first place together, or living away from our parents. It is so exciting. We have been saving and planning and wishing and waiting and it is finally the right time. We found a lovely little condo in Knoxville, TN (we are in a small town near Knoxville right now). There are great walking trails and a lake. I just love it!! We move in the first week of July and so I am having fun planning out what furniture that we will be getting, and buying all the smaller things. The three huskies are staying with my mom, and the two smaller pups are going to move into the condo with us! Besides all those really exciting things, one of the two best parts about our new place is that our second bedroom is going to be solely my Scrapbook Studio! I am really excited to spread out again and have all the extra room for my “work”. With all the extra scrappy space I can set up a video area, and have plenty of room for everything I need to do.

And second, we will be getting cable internet! That means more videos for you! Anyway, so I will have more details when it gets closer to time. There is still quite a few weeks to go!

In the meantime, I have a fun and simple project for today. This is my first project using the May SP Monthly Subscription Club Kit. Sign-ups are still going on, and if you would still like to receive the May Kit, there are a couple still available.

The May Kit contains the new SP and Company Round Sentiments I stamp set and Echo Park’s new paper pack called Splash! I just love both of these and have lots of ideas running around in my head for how to use this Club Kit.

Here is the card:


I stamped the sentiment inside the beach ball cardstock element with Stazon Ink. The cardstock stickers are a little glossy so I used the Stazon ink to make sure it wouldn’t smear.

The base of the card is Rich Razzleberry cardstock.

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