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I am showcasing the new Pinking Edge Circle STAX Die-namics.
On this card I used three of the different sizes of the Pinking Edge Circle STAX Die-namics. The largest die is cut directly in my card front, and then backed with text that is stamped with the new Happy Birthday Background Stamp.
The background pattern on the card is stamped with the new Confetti Background Stamp, stamping Pink Lemonade Ink on Pink Lemonarde Card Stock.
I stamped the sentiment and the gifts with the new Celebrate You Stamp Set and the coordinating Celebrate You Die-namics. The silver strip is cut for glittered card stock with the Vertical Stitched Strips Die-namics.
I added a coat of the MIX-ables Sheer Sparkle Glitter Glaze to the black bow.
On the inside I stamped another sentiment from the Celebrate You Stamp Set.
On my second card I used two different sizes of the Pinking Edge Circle STAX Die-namics. You can see how well the Die-namic Set work with the other Circle MFT Die-namics. Here I used the Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics and MFT Vellum.
I used the new Grid Stencil and Sno Cone Ink to create the background pattern.
The cupcakes and sentiment are stamped with the new Sweet Birthday Wishes Stamp Set. The cupcakes are die cut with the coordinating Sweet Birthday Wishes Die-namics.
I used the Pierced Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics to cut out the sentiment and to add the flag down the center of the card. The strips on the the center flag is stamped with the new Diagonal Background Stamp.
The rose is cut with the Royal Rose Die-namics.
Here are the link to the products I used on my cards: