Saturday, May 12, 2012
My grand children had birthdays that they're celebrating in Japan this year...and these are the cards I made for them...they were easy and fun to make.
This pretty pink card is for my grand daughter...she turned one years old this year.
This blue card is the one I made for my grandson who turned one years old yesterday.
Both cards used lots of chipboard and stickers to give it all the dimension...I also did layering and used the stampin' dimensionals to raise everything up...I really love how both these cards turned out...there wasn't lots of stamping either...just the Happy Birthday was stamped in the blue and pink inks.
This is the fun and easy recipe:
Stamp set: warmest regards.
Card stock: attic boutique DSP and side notes...Kraft...adhesive borders from KandCompany...journaling die-cuts...and white printed paper.
Ink: pacific point and melon mambo.
Punches: sizzix numbers and uppercase alphabet dies.
Additional supplies: stampin' dimensionals...snail...s/u mini glue dots...big shot...fiskar...and score-it.
Thanks for stoppin' by this absolutely beautiful weekend...enjoy the rest of your morning...and I hope you all have a great weekend and a stampin' good time.
Happy Birthday to my Fabulous Grand Children...your Grammer misses you.