Otter Birthday Handmade Card

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Handmade Otter Birthday Card.
Looking for a quirky card to wish the otter lover in your life a happy birthday?
This is just the card for you!
The main feature of this unique card is an otter fabric background, embellished with pale blue, opaque sequins, to represent bubbles.
The watery scene is continued with die cut ‘waves’ enhanced with pale blue gemstones.
The wording reads To A Special Friend ~ Happy Birthday.
The final finishing touch is of course the little hand stamped otter, balancing a gift on his tum.
Perfect handmade card for any otter lover!

A second design is now available - Have an Otterly Great Birthday!
Same layout design, but with very subtle detail differences & of course some otterly great wording.

I’ve also added a third option - With Love - so you can send at any time of year! In this version, Little Otty is holding a glitter embossed, wooden heart.

If you’re looking for otter themed gifts to go with your card - I also have notebooks, address books & bookmarks.

On a 6 x 6” shimmer-spritzed card base this design features fabric craft, die cutting & stamping techniques, as well as speciality pearl & glitter cards.

My cards are entirely handcrafted, individually, from scratch, employing multiple crafting techniques - using lots of love, imagination & attention to detail.
Each design can be personalised or adjusted, to your exact specifications - at no extra cost - just drop me a message & I’ll work with you to create a unique, bespoke design.

This handmade card is left blank inside for your own personal message & contains an embossed-edge insert sheet for added luxury.
Coordinating envelope is included.

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Diane D.

Everything is absolutely marvelous. Thank you for your creativity. Diane Dodds