Today’s mail brought a beautiful pink-toned birthday card from another member of the CST (Canadian Stamp Talk) email group.
My scanner seems to be distorting color lately, and even Photoshop hasn’t restored the image of this card to make it look as great at the original.
The card is a monotone with shades of pink. I love monotones. There’s something so elegant about them.
Here, the ribbon in the middle is the palest of pink, and the other parts of the card are various tones of pink and rose. The entire card has a faint glittery effect. I’m told that the sparkles were made with SU (Stamping UP) Paint.
The flower on the top left appears to be a punched shape, punched with a felt or felt-ish paper. A clear rhinestone makes up the center.
The sentiment, reading, “May every part of your Birthday have happy in it” is a stamp.
Thanks so much for this lovely card. It’s much appreciated.