Woohoo!  Today I finally got to play in a Splitcoaststampers Inspiration Challenge.  It has been such a long time.  The inspiration was to come from one of several little girls’ dresses by Little Daisy Designs.  Here is the dress I used as my inspiration.


I used the  Flower Soft Box Set “Pretty Pots Starter Kit” to make a quick and fun birthday card.  There are several sentiments in the kit that come printed on a good quality card stock to cut out as desired.  The butterflies and leaves framing the sentiment were also printed.  All I had to do was apply a little of the Flower Soft glue (included in the “Pretty Pots Starter Kit”) and sprinkle on some Baby Blue and Baby Pink Flower Soft.  I also added a little Stickles right on top of the Flower Soft to give the frame some sparkle.


Here’s something to try.. emboss the flap on the envelope.  I used the Cuttlebug Frill’s embossing folder on the card and also on the flap.  Wouldn’t this be fun for a wedding card or invite, too?!


Happy Crafting!


Stamps:  None!

Papers:  Memory Box and Neenah Solor White

Inks:  None!

Accessories:  Flower Soft, Flower Soft Box Set “Pretty Pots Starter Kit”, Stickles, Cuttlebug, Frills and Swiss Dots Embossing Folders, Twill Ribbon

18 Responses to “Flower Soft Birthday – Splitcoaststampers IC172”

  1. This is so pretty, Susan! Love the flower soft and sweet butterflies!
    smiles, Deena

  2. How pretty, just in time for spring! I think I need to give that Flower Soft a try!

  3. So pretty Susan, a fabulous birthday card!

  4. Love your use of flower soft and so pretty on this card! Loving your envie, too!

  5. This is beautiful Susan! Love the soft touch of the flower soft and using the cuttlebug on the envelope flap is a wonderful idea … thanks for sharing this!!!

  6. Susan, this is an awesome card! I love how you did the envie flap…such a clever idea, gf!

  7. So soft and beautiful! I love the idea of adding the Flower Soft to the border, and your envelope flap is a nice addition to the package. Someone is going to be a very lucky recipient. 😉

  8. Beautiful Susan. I never thought to emboss the envies. Thanks for the idea.

  9. So sweet and I love the sparkle! =)

  10. Such a darling card. That dress is so adorable. Hmmmm, maybe I need to visit that site for my niece.

  11. So precious! Flower soft looks gorgeous! And I love your idea with the embossing! Thank you for sharing this idea, Susan!

  12. Beautiful!! I love the different colors of Flower Soft and I always forget about envelope flat embossing…SUCH a great idea!

  13. So pretty, love the sparkle you added to the flowers, and like the idea of embossing on the envelope!

  14. I’m slapping myself on the forehead wondering why it never occured to me to emboss envelope flaps! LOL TFS that great tip, and your card is so cute! I never would have thought to add sparkle to flowersoft either, but what a great look that is! Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration Susan 🙂

  15. Whoa, girl….this is soooo pretty!!! I just love how you added the sparkle to the flower soft and the tiny butterflies are adorable!!!

  16. Wow oh wow looks like you mastered this challenge to perfection the color the flowers are totally amazing!!!!!

  17. Your card is so very pretty, Susan!! The Flower Soft looks wonderful, and I love the butterflies and sparkle!!

  18. You know i love your blog, and your visit to my blog make’s me very happy…

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