Poké(ing) a SIP #16

Birthday Pokémon

This card made as a special request. Magic Mike (my hubby) called me the middle of his two-week long hunting trip to remind me that our nephew’s birthday is on October 1st.  He said, “Can you please make Ben a Pokémon card for his birthday?” See, I’m so addicted to making cards that I often forget to put cards in the mail for family ‘before’ their birthday (lol).

SIP #16

Since today is a new week of the Stamp Ink Paper challenge and it’s designer’s choice, I thought…hmmm why not share the cards I love to make…a very custom personal one.  If I can make a very special card I always try to use Stampin’ Up! before I make them digital and I think this Pokémon card hit the spot!  Now show me what is your favorite type of card to make.

MAGGIE MADE TIPS:

  • Pokéball.  To make the Pokéball I used the Circle framelits.  From the outside (largest) circle, I used number 2 & 3 (number 2 being next from the scalloped one), and the two inner circles.  After cutting the real red and whisper white card-stock in half I used washi tape to hold them together and ran the second to smallest to cut the hole out in the middle.  The smallest circle was used to cut out the small circle in the middle.  Assemble them with Stampin’ Dimensionals and bam you have a Pokémon ball.

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.

5 Comments

  1. What a fun and graphic card Maggie! It immediately caught my eye. I too am guilty of getting cards made and then forget to get them in the mail. 🙂

  2. Super cool card, Maggie! I bet your nephew loved his Pokeball card!

  3. How could anyone forget adorable Pokemon? This card is adorbs!

  4. Pingback: SIP Challenge 16 – Card Maker’s Choice | Stamp, Ink, Paper Challenge

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