MUSE Card Club #10 Inspiration to Seize the Birthday #11…

Ardyth Percy-Robb’s bright birthday card for MUSE Card Club #10 inspired me to use bright colors, circles, and Happy Birthday to boot! 


I wanted to use a set I got as a gift but I didn’t want to just put the “happy” over the circles.  So I die cut it and then put black behind it and replaced the cut outs. Once again, I have had this gift for quite a while and finally put it to use;) Happy Me!!


Here’s a close-up:

PTI Wonderful Words Close up!

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: PTI Wonderful Words Additions and die, PTI Borders and Corners (circles)
INK: SU Only Orange, SU Melon Mambo, SU Green Galore, SU Daffodil Delight
PAPER: SU Whisper White, SU Basic Black
TOOLS: PTI Wonderful Words Die, SU Stampin’ Dimensionals

The main concept of a simple horizontal “space” is also the challenge at Seize the Birthday #11 -Masculine so I am linking up there too!

March 3


  1. Oh, I love what you’ve done here – so clearly inspired by my card, and yet completely your own, too! I’m so glad you played along!

    1. Oh, Ardyth, I am always inspired by your work. Since I started my blog, I have learned so much about CAS that I never really tried before! Thanks for the inspiration;))

    1. Thank you, Anita. And, I agree you do NEED some large sentiment dies in your life- when you rationalize it- remember other people are on your side;) Happy Easter!

  2. Hi Cindy, Love your take on Ardyth’s card, the sentiment looks fantastic in amongst the circles. Thanks for your visit too 🙂 Cathy

  3. What a fun card! I love all these circles and and bright colors. So glad you joined us this week at Seize the Birthday.

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