Yesterday was my son’s birthday and for the past 20 years I have always made him a birthday card with red as the main color. I wanted to change it up this year and decided to make it a lively card.
UPDATE: I just realized, I’m a week late and $100 dollars short! After I returned from my 30-day vacation across the United States I seem to have left my mind on the road. Today’s card was for last week’s Pals Paper Arts Challenge. I better get with the program right!? Anyway, enjoy the card and I’ll get caught up now!
- Flexible Photopolymer. The best feature I absolutely love about the photopolymer stamps is its ability to slightly bend and stick on a block. I first laid the line stamp on the whisper white and slightly bended it so it would show a very slight curve. It turned out perfect.
- Add Embellishments. Often after we finish off our cards we take a double look at them and realize they’re missing a little something-something. What that happens I pull the rhinestones out of hiding and find a spot on the card to give it an enchanted appearance. I know this card may seem a bit feminine because of the bright colors, but the boldness speaks both genders to me. My son LOVED it and he even loved the rhinestones! Proof masculine cards don’t have to be neutral and without embellishments.
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