Penguin Celebrations and the happy birthday SVG file. So a little background, my favorite color is green, just in case you couldn't tell with card.
To start I printed this happy girl on Ultra Smooth card stock from Crafter's Companion. I colored everything with Copic markers. For my penguin I used the following
for her body C9, C7, C5, and C3. For her belly and face I used C1, C00, and 0. Her beak is YR16. The necklace and skirt are G09 for the necklace, the skirt I used G07, G14, and G12.
The confetti I just grabbed bright colors and to be honest I didn't keep track. The card base is a lime green from my stash and my card is 6x6. The pattern paper is from Pink and Main and it is called Celebration. I used some silver glitter paper from my stash to create the border on the image piece. I used clear Sparkle pen on the skirt, necklace, and confetti. For the sentiment I cut 4 copies of "happy birthday" from white card stock using my Silhouette Portrait. I layered them all together using liquid glue. For the top layer that is all glittering, I used a green sheet of glitter paper that I got from Queen and Co called Pretty Papers. This is non shed glitter paper that has adhesive on the back. Now I will say this, this very light weight paper so to make sure it would cut in my Portrait, I trimmed out a piece of the green glitter paper and attached it to a piece of white card stock. I sent it through my Portrait to cut it out. I added this to the top of my already glued together "happy birthday's". Once it was dry, I attached it to the front of my card and that completed my card. I love layering the sentiments like this because it gives dimension to the card.
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