Happy Birthday Sis!


My sister decided to throw a Hawaiian/Luau themed birthday party, to remember the amazing holiday spent in Hawaii. So I wanted to make a Hawaai-ish birthday card for her. When I saw the Get outta Town stamp set by Paper Smooches, I just knew this was the one I wanted to use. I wanted it to be bright, sparkly, and fun so I had to make a shaker card!




  1. First I stamped the images I wanted to use with Black Licorice hybrid ink by MFT. Then I colored them with my copic markers.   With the coordinating dies, I die cut them and added some 3D foam tape on the back.
  2. Then I used the Blueprints 27 die from MFT on some coral cardstock to create my scene.
  3. For the background, I splashed some metallic blue and pink acrylic paint with a small brush, mixed with some water.
  4. For the shaker windows, I used my Photo Sleeve Fuse Tool from We R Memory Keepers on a plastic sleeve, to create the 3 small windows. The shaker elements are from Little Things from Lucy’s Cards mixFairy Lights. A very nice and colorful sequins mix!
  5. With my Mini Misti Tool, I stamped the sentiment Happy Birthday with Versafine Onyx black ink and heat set it with clear embossing powder. The sentiment is from Stampendous – Friendly phrases.
  6. The big Happy sentiment, is die cut from turquoise card stock and from Hero Arts – Happy stamp & cut set

Supply list:

  • MFT – Blueprints 27
  • Paper Smooches – Get outta Town
  • Hero Arts – Happy Stamp & Cut
  • Little Things from Lucy’s Cards – Fairy Lights
  • We R Memory Keepers – Photo Sleeve Fuse Tool
  • Stampendous – Friendly phrases
  • Versafine onyx black ink
  • Pink & Blue metallic acrylic paint
  • Ranger – Clear embossing powder
  • Sizzix die cutting machine – Big Shot
  • Mini Misti Tool
  • Copic markers: W2 / E55 / Y11 / Y15 / Y19 / YG13 / BG23 / G14 / RV17 /RV25 / YR12


Most of the products can be found at the online store:  Simon Says Stamp

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