- pale blue cardstock - Creative Expressions
- night of navy cardstock - Stampin' Up
- digi image - Jan's Digi Store
- sentiment stamp - SU/Timeless Tulips
- watercolour pencils - Spectrum noir and Derwent Inktense
- VersaFine CLAIR 'Fallen Leaves' - Tsukineko
Monday, 8 June 2020
Using Gift Wrap
Good morning my crafty friends
I hope you all had an enjoyable weekend. The condolence sentiment on my trio of cards on Thursday is available on Amazon and is by Stampendous, thank you Liz for the information
I was asked to make a birthday card for a young lady turning 17 soon. She loves cats and dogs and isn't into 'girlie' stuff so this is what I made
I've had the digi kitties image for a little while and the and the colourful, circle background is gift wrap, left over from a gift I recently wrapped and thought straight away it would make a good background
I embossed it too and that made it look even prettier and die cut the navy panel at one side
I randomly stamped the sentiment
The recipient's grandma is going to write a personal message to her hence the sparse sentiments
The card will be handed delivered/handed over so I stamped the birthday mail and die cut 3 small flowers from the left over piece of gift wrap
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