So, a fiftieth party of fizz and cake, for two friends who like running! I found these two perfect digis on Polkadoodles’ Etsy store and used backing card from Hunkydory. I cut some of the backing cards to use the bunting and cupcakes as embellishments. And di dthe inside too. (Apologies for the ascribbling, I should have photographed before writing), I then made a gift tag using the same Hunkydory kit.
Creative Moments has lots more fun cards at there Just fro Fun challenge this week!
This week I have made a cards using a decorative sentiment from:
It does look like I have beautiful handwriting and am capable of wonderful calligraphy. Alas no…but who needs to? I printed and cut the sentiment digistamp and cut it out using a Spellbinder die. The card is assembled using Hunkydory “Bygone Times” elements and papers. Please take a look at the other DT inspiration and enter the challenge here.
Wishing a very happy birthday to my clever, hansome, kind firstborn son.
This is one of the cards I have made for him using a Mo Manning digistamp. I have used age numbers from Kanban, a self printed sentiment and 2 leaves from the little book of sentiments for men from Hunkydory. They have been layered at rightangles behind the coloured image and placed onto a gignhambackground.
I have used Hunkydory products for today’s blog post. This is from their Marvellous Men range and is dimensional as the car, pump and sign are all die-cut shapes, decoupaged with glue gel. A co-ordinating insert is the final touch.