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Reverse Confetti Birthday Cards…


I have two birthday cards to share today.  This little monkey is so cute and worked up so well for our grandson Cedryk’s 4th birthday.  I colored him with Copic Sketch Markers, the E40s and the background is Distress Ink blended on to the card-stock with ink blending tools.

Memory Box Rectangle Layers die for the panel, the number 4 is from TE and the ‘th’ is from Avery Elle.



The next one was for our grandson Henry’s 10th birthday…


The sentiment…so fun! I think I’ll stay away from those chompers!

Copic colored again…same Distress ink pad colors for the floor and the hb2u balloon. Some Doodlebug Enamel Dots.

I stamped and hand cut the zero for the ten. eek. It was hard to find the right size but it worked.  hehe


It was fun doing some kid cards!  I need to make some more! lol September family birthday party coming up soon!

Thanks for stopping by! Hope I made you smile!

Products I used to make these cards…


17 thoughts on “Reverse Confetti Birthday Cards…

  1. Pam I love both of these…but the Alligator is a must have….I think he would be cute for adults as well.So here I go…buying more…I haven’t even put away my last two orders….I will wait until I at least put my others away before ordering this one…in case of course someone has a sale that I can’t refuse.

  2. Dear Pam
    Your cards are so much fun! Love the colors and the layouts!
    Thanks a lot for visiting my blog. I added an english version of my short “how to” for the ink swatches and responded to your question. I hope this helps.
    Greetings from Switzerland

  3. Ahhh, these are soooo adorable Pam, y ou always come up with great layouts! Your distressed background is beautiful–I try and try but mine never comes out. Great job, bet there were big smiles on your grandsons’ faces!

  4. Boy, am I behind! Couple of busy days here. These are so CUTE! I love making kids’ cards, but don’t get much opportunity anymore. Love the bright primary colors and cute critters. Clever the way you made the “10” with the candle. Fun stuff!

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