Handmade Birthday Card for a Boy | Studio Katia 3rd Anniversary Blog Hop + Giveaways


Hi everyone and welcome to the Studio Katia 3rd Anniversary Blog Hop! This amazing company is now 3 years old, and we are celebrating with lots of inspiration and giveaways! 


For my project today I used the Kobi Makes a Wish stamp set, the Birthday Balloons Duo Stencil and the It's Your Birthday stamp set, together with some previously released dies. I created a masculine birthday card, which turned out really cute and would work great for a boy!


I started by creating the background using the Birthday Balloons Duo Stencil and Distress Inks. The cardstock is Bristol Smooth Cardstock by Strathmore, which allows for some very easy blending. The colors of Distress Inks I used are Blueprint Sketch, Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers and Cracked Pistachio.
Once I was done blending I brushed some Perfect Pearls in the color Perfect Pearl over the balloons, and die cut the background panel with the Scallop Hearts Cover dies.


The images I chose today are from the new Kobi Makes a Wish stamp set. I love this adorable character, and I am always thrilled when a new stamp set which features him comes out!
I stamped everything on Bristol Smooth Cardstock with Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Black Ink and used Spectrum Noir ColorBlend Pencils for my coloring. I die cut the images with the coordinating dies and added some white gel pen detail.


For my sentiment I used the It's Your Birthday stamp set, which I embossed with black embossing powder over my background. I added some Pastel Rainbow Confetti to the card, before gluing the panel on some black cardstock. The black panel was cut to the standard A2 size with the Studio Katia Darling Ribbon and Dotted Frames dies.  
I mounted everything on a top-folding A2 card base, and that finished off my card.

And now it's time to talk about giveaways!
To celebrate Studio Katia is giving away TWO $50 CAD Gift Certificates every day of the Blog Hop! Winners will be chosen randomly from comments left on Studio Katia Blog.


To enter:
- Leave a comment on Studio Katia blog post
- Follow Studio Katia on Instagram
- Like Studio Katia on Facebook
- Subscribe to Studio Katia YouTube Channel
- All comments must be left by Saturday, June 22nd, 2019 21:59 PM EST.

All winners will be announced on Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 on the Studio Katia Blog.

But there is more! Studio Katia is also giving away ONE 25$ GIFT CERTIFICATE for my readers! Leave a comment down below and I will pick a random winner among all the comments left by June 22nd. The winner will be announced on this post on June 24th.

Ready to get hopping? You should have arrived from Amy Kolling and Emily Midgett is your next stop. If you get lost you can find the full hop list below or visit Studio Katia Blog! Here’s the complete Blog Hop List:

Kaja Vezenšek

EDITED TO ADD WINNER

The randomly selected winner of the 25$ GC is...


... Erica A-B! Congratulations, Erica! To claim your prize, you can email email studiokatiagiveaway@gmail.com with the subject Laura Blog Winner! Happy shopping!


And that's it for today! I really hope you enjoyed my inspiration for a masculine birthday card, using products from the Studio Katia June 2019 release!
Thank you all so much for stopping by and have a great day!

When possible, affiliated links are used at no additional cost to you. This means that if you make a purchase through one of these links, I will get a small commission at no additional cost to you. The money I earn this way goes towards running this blog and my YouTube channel. Thank you for supporting my creative journey! 💖


50 comments:

  1. Aww, your Kobi bear is adorable! Beautifully coloured and the rest of the card is just as lovely!

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  2. I love the blue balloons and how Kobi stands out from them!

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  3. I love it when a new Kobi stamp is in the mix! This one is adorable. You used some of my favorites in your Distress color palette. This would be an amazing guy card...young or old! TFS.

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  4. I love this beautiful card!! Lovely colors! :)

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  5. That Kobi is so handsome! And your card is beautiful.

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  6. This is a wonderful card!! Love all of the colorful balloons. That little Kobi bear is so cute!!

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  7. Fantastic card, Laura! Great colour choices, the whole background with the balloons looks fab, and I love the new Kobi!

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  8. That Kobi is just precious on the beautiful blue balloon background you created.

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  9. LOVE the balloon stencil card. Just beautiful. Thank you.

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  10. This is just so cute!! LOVE how you used that fun balloon stencil!!

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  11. Such a fun card.. love the color combination..

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  12. That little bear is adorable and I love your balloons in shades of blue.

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  13. This is a fun card. A good combo of elements.

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  14. The blue balloons look so nice on this masculine cad, Laura! Love it.

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  15. Who wouldn’t be so excited to received this sweet card!

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  16. Hi Laura!! Such a great card. I struggle A LOT with masculine cards and I'm really thinking with these supplies I could pull this off! Thank you so much for the great inspiration and such great direction. Have a wonderful day!

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  17. I love the balloons as a backdrop to the birthday focal point. Great color combo.

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  18. Adorable card with those fun balloons and adorable Kobi!

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  19. Beautiful card! I love your colors and coloring. Thank you for your time and talent.

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  20. Perfect birthday card for a boy, so cute!

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  21. I love the birthday bear! He's so cute! Beautiful background with the balloons, love the colors you used!

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  22. So much cuteness! I see several must-haves on this card!

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  23. Such a sweet card! Love the balloons, this birthday sentiment and the scalloped edges.

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  24. Love this fun card. The blues are gorgeous. Love those balloons and the bear is adorable.

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  25. this card is just darling - thanks for sharing:)

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  26. Super cute card! Love the balloon stencil and the colors you chose for the card.

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  27. Such a cute birthday card... Love this cute guy..

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  28. Lovely coloring! I like the scalloped edge; it adds a playful touch. Thank you.

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  29. Beautiful card with lovely stamps. Kobi is looking cute.Nice coloring

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  30. So cute with the bear and love all the balloons.

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  31. What a perfect card to celebrate Studio Katia's birthday! Kobi bear is so adorable!

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  32. Love your stenciled
    balloon background.
    Such an eye catcher
    card.
    Carla from Utah

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  33. Super cute birthday card! Thanks for sharing your design on this birthday celebration blog hop.

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  34. Such a cute card.Thanks for sharing it!

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  35. Such a cute, happy card... love the blue and green color combination. Kobi the bear is a must have... adorable.

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  36. Hi Laura :) Kobi is 100% adorable and soooooo is your card!!! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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  37. I just love the balloon stencil!

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  38. I just love the balloon stencil!

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  39. I love the blue balloons. What a sweet card for a boy.

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  40. SWOON!! Such a Sweet Card!! I LOVE the NEW Products!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!!

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  41. Beautiful card. Love the image!
    Valerija xx

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  42. Love the blue and green together. Great combination of products for this card.

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  43. Greek card design for a boy love that multiple balloons in the background .

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  44. Your Kobi and his balloons are masculine marvelous, Laura! Sooooo much fun!
    hugs~carol

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  45. I really like your balloon colors. And what a great idea to put perfect pearls on the top! I'm glad you mentioned it, because I wouldn't have been able to tell from the pics. (As usual. Why is it so hard to photograph shine?) Thanks for sharing with us!

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