Take A Number Birthday Card – Silhouette Cameo Project

I used Lettering Delights “Millions of Mums” to make a birthday card for a friend’s milestone birthday.   I love this cut-it set as all of the bits and pieces can be swapped for a personalized “mum.”


I used a lot of bright colors to celebrate both my friend’s South Florida residence and Spring.  It was a lot to fun to create her tropical outfit from Basic Grey’s Sweet Threads 6″ paper pad.  I used a Copic marker to add her “highlights” to her blonde hair.

The cake display case is from the Silhouette Online Store.  I added a layer of acetate to the case after assembling the case (with the cakes) by placing the case on top of the acetate and hand cutting a rectangle to size.  The banner is  from the Silhouette Online Store and I used the print and cut feature to create the “Take a Number” sentiment on patterned pink paper.  The banner and buntings are also from the Silhouette Online Store.  Now is a great time to shop there as all die cuts are on sale for 50 cents through 2 May!

This card is also a T-slide.  When you pull on the “ticket” at the side of the card,  a surprise message pops up on the side.  The interior of the card is fairly simple with another print and cut label and a small birthday cake.  I added the patterned paper to both sides of the card, and I have to say, I really like the look of it.


13 thoughts on “Take A Number Birthday Card – Silhouette Cameo Project

  1. This is really cute Sis! And you are the QUEEN of patterned paper! Great choices yet again. I’m sure your card will warm her heart.

  2. Well, you already know how much I LOVED this card, but, I hope you won’t mind me saying it again : ) !! You really do come up with the most unusual, & always fantabulous, cards…with a lot of luck, maybe some of that rubbed off on me at Mania!

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