Monday, March 05, 2012

Card #2–Happy Birthday to My Son!

Every year on my kids’ birthdays I sit and smile to myself and think how lucky I am.  Wonderful children that have grown to adults we are proud of.

Today is my son’s birthday and when I raise my eyes just over the top of my desk and look at the pictures of him at about 7 years old I still smile.  He was fun then and he still makes me laugh now.

Tonight we’ll all have dinner together and of course nothing could make this mama/grandma happier.  Hopefully I’ll remember to snap some pictures tonight while having a grand time!



I find the masculine cards to be the hardest to make.  Girls are simple – bows and bling and color and so forth.  I based this card from one I’d seen on Pinterest  and I’m quite pleased with how it came out.



I’m trying to get better about putting a lighter color cardstock on the inside of the card so it’s easier to write something mushy inside.  :)


Supplies used for card:  Stampin’ Up cardstock; Happy Everything stamp set from Stampin’ Up


Le Bleu Bonnet Boutique said...

my second post...for some reason it is giving me trouble posting on your blog. Here we go again... I love, love this one. Did you use that awesome tip on how to make the cuts on the strips using the square punch. I love that idea. It really is the little things that get me so excited these days. Tell James I said "Happy Birthday". You really do have some awesome kiddos.

Chris said...

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