I is my middle child’s birthday today and I have made him a card using a digikit called RockStar from Daily Trail. The cards is flat and has a co-ordinatinting insert. The font came from a different digikit. I love the simplicity of this card as my boy – like most 12-year-olds is not into fussy cards.
Today I am sharing a card with a Happy Birthday greeting in Welsh. I have used a digiskit available from Daisy Trail called National Flags. The card is a 6 x 6″ card with dimensional elements, assembled in Craft Artist 2.
This is my new Christmas book, for lists, gifts and cards at Chriatmas! I bought a plain A4 book with a kraft coloured cover. I designed a page using Serif CraftArtist 2 and Polkadoodles Home for Christmas CD-Rom. I put the church as central, as for me it is what Christmas is all about. But I have incuded Santa with his sleigh, a heart to symbolise love, 2 international girls, lots of gifts and last but not least, some snow-covered mushroom houses. Why? Because I like them! The fonts used are from my computer.
I cut a length of old ribbon into small pieces and ties a piece to one in three of the binding coils. The other bits of ribbon and lace are from my stash and he bell used to adorn the neck of a chocolate reindeer!
I have made a Christmas card, by duplicating and flipping the digistamp and using it to frame a sentiment typed out in Serif CraftArtist 2. After being coloured with Promarkers, the topper was cut with a decorative Spellbinder die. It was mounted up using free papers which came with one of the magazines from Intermediate Media last year.
I have a rubber stamp with this sentiment and I use it and reproduce it in so many of my cards as I love it.
For my second All That Jazz challenge post I have made a CAS card using the grand piano and added my own sentiment. Perfect for the piano teacher!
I have had Craft Artist 2 for some time now but I am learning to do different things every time I use it.To get this effct of the border, I used to layer 2 squares but today I discovered that it is far easier to use just one square and make a thick boder around the shape!