- navy and white cardstock ~ my stash
- sentiment and verse ~ Pinterest
- sentiment stamp ~ Crafter's Companion
- wooden letters ~ The Range
- black gems ~ Creative Expressions
Monday, 27 May 2019
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WISHES
Good morning bloggers and visitors....
I hope you are enjoying this extended weekend and the weather is kind to you
Tomorrow is my son's 41st birthday. For forty years he has always had 'nice, loving' cards from me but this year I've changed it. He loves a good joke and is quick witted so when I saw this sentiment on Pinterest I thought I would have to use it.... by the way, he is not what the acronym spells! Nor does he visit my blog but does support me on my Poppyfield Card Crafts Facebook page
This is an A5 base card in navy with a smaller panel of white then, again, navy card
I typed the sentiment onto another piece of white card and die cut and embossed it
I stamped and heat embossed the 'happy birthday wishes' then coloured the wooden letters using ProMARKER pens. The letters were then adhered to the tag
Both tags are secured with small brads and I used the same blue pen, as on the 'N', to edge both tags
To complete the card front I added various sizes of black gems
The verse was also found on Pinterest and I stamped the 'with love' on the opposite page
I'm going to make and add a small corner pocket, to the bottom left of the left page, so that I can add cash to it
I now have another card to make from my grandson to his dad as well as making my son's favourite dessert (he prefers this to a cake) this morning, which is a 10" chocolate raspberry meringue
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