Monday, 18 February 2013

Simple birthday card idea

Hello there, well, the weather still doesn't know what it wanted to be over the weekend, mild and sunny or cold and overcast, so I thought the best thing to do is stay in a play with my pretty paper and rubber stamps!

So today I have a project I made over the weekend to share with you.

As you can see, it's a very simple design, but easily adapted to make it suitable for men or as a child's card, just change the colours and the patterned paper, you could also use a number stamp if it is for a child as we all know how much they love to have their age on a card.

Not sure what's wrong with this photo, but this card is much prettier in real life. I actually have it sitting on this mini-easel on my craft desk as I think it's quite cheery and spring-like.

I used kept to the colour combo of the Designer Series Paper, "Tea for Two" which is a lovely paper for spring and also Easter projects.

Until next time.... xx

Project Ingredients
Stamp Sets : "Just Perfect Alphabet" - RETIRED
Card stock : "Calypso Coral" & "Very Vanilla"
Accessories :  "Tea for Two"  DSP
Colour: "Early Espresso" classic ink pad
Tools : Tape runner adhesive & "Honeycomb" Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

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