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Cheers! Beer Mug Birthday Card

Cheers Beer2


A Beer Mug Birthday Card!  What a special way to toast your next birthday celebration!

More Mustard Cardstock and Ink daubing create the illusion of ice cold lager with overflowing foam!  For a masculine feel, I paired Early Espresso Cardstock with Night of Navy Cardstock for a layered background of pub decor. :)

The Corner Punch is a must-have tool…especially in this project. Get yours today in my online store.

CASEd from Stamp with Tami on Vimeo.


Early Espresso Cardstock
Night of Navy Cardstock
More Mustard Cardstock
Whisper White Cardstock
Early Espresso Stampin’ Pad
More Mustard Stampin’ Pad
Night of Navy Stampin’ Pad
Happy Hour Wood / Happy Hour Clear
1 3/4 Circle Punch (To make the Mug Handle)
2 1/2 Circle Punch (To make the Mug Handle)
3/16 Corner Punch
Various Circle Punches for the Foam
Argyle Folder for Big Shot Embossing

Click on any of the above Stampin’ Up! products to view descriptions and purchase from my online store.

Cheers Beer1 Cheers Beer3

Here are a few pictures of another variation of the same card, prepared by my guest stamper, Debra.  This is a great idea for a St. Patty’s Day card!! Bookmark this for your Spring projects list!

It also reminds me of football games…definitely a Fall season card too!

Gumball Green Cheers Mug1 Gumball Green Cheers Mug2
Gumball Green Cheers Mug3 Gumball Green Cheers Mug4


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Comments: 3

  1. Stacy October 28, 2012 at 5:30 pm Reply

    Your cards been mentioned in the what have you pinned this week thread on splitcoaststampers see post #43

  2. Joyce Fisher January 20, 2013 at 11:49 am Reply

    Hi Audrey,

    This is just great!!! I would love to CASE this for my brother-in-law’s birthday if you wouldn’t mind.

    Peace, Love & Joy,

    • Audrey January 20, 2013 at 1:37 pm Reply

      Hi Joyce! Thanks for checking out my blog. Of course, CASE away! :) Its so fun to share inspiration! I’d love to see your take on the mug concept – I hope you will post a link to it back here to share. Have a wonderful day!

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