Dude You Rock!

This is the card that I made for my daughter to give to Ajay for his birthday.  My inspiration came from Hero Arts, June 2012 sketches.  Super simple card to make and this sentiment was perfect from a sister to a brother.  He loved it...

Sentiment is from PTI, Signature Greetings stamp set.

Here is a photo of June 2012 sketches from Hero Arts:

It's Time to Celebrate 12!

Happy Birthday Ajay!  Sadly, my babies are no longer babies...where does the time go?

Here is the card that I made for my son's birthday.  I used the same collection from Simple Stories that I used for Father's Day.  Ajay always wants the same things that his dad has, so it was only fitting to make him a similar type card.  He was super happy when he opened this card, even mentioning that it was just like dad's!   

I added twine, stamped the sentiment "It's time to Celebrate", and added the two banners with the number 12 and this card was done!  

Dad UR 1 of-a-Kind!

Here is the card that I made for my kids to give to their dad for Father's Day.  They wanted a card that wasn't too "serious" and that defines who he is.  

I was drawn to this DP from Simple Stories which had the definition of the words Strong, Adventurous and Awesome printed on it.  This truly defines my husband and so half the work was already done for me.  :)

I added magic mesh, twine and a button to the left side and brads to the middle of the stars.  The letter stickers "dad" and "1 of-a-kind" (which is adhered with pop dots) are also from Simple Stories.  

I will enter this card into this week's Retro Sketches challenge #16.  Hope all the dads in your life had a great Father's Day!  :)

It's Your Day!

Here is the card that I made for my dad for Father's Day.  I played along with this week's challenge from Freshly Made Sketches, challenge #39.  I kept this card clean and simple and purposely didn't use a "Father's Day" sentiment.

Sentiment is from PTI, Think Big Favorites #2.

Here is a photo of the sketch challenge:

Congratulations Graduate

Summer is here and life is getting more hectic than usual.  Definitely not complaining as I am completely enjoying this time with the kids.  :)  Hope everyone is enjoying their summer as well.

Here is a graduation card that I made but never got the chance to post it.

DP is from DCWV, Hittin' the Books stack and the sentiment is from Hero Arts.  Graduation cap is a die cut from the Silhouette store and I made the tassel from twine and attached it with a brad.

Happy Birthday!

Here is the card that I made for my niece's birthday, Happy Birthday Neena!  I played along with this week's CASE Study Challenge #94.  I admire Joy Taylor's work and I couldn't resist the opportunity to CASE one of her cards.

Here is a photo of the card to CASE:


Here is a birthday card that I made to play along with this week's Sketchbook Saturday Challenge #62.  I love Iwona's Saturday sketches, I wish I had time to play along more often.

The flower is a die cut from the Silhouette store and the DP is from MME Lost and Found, Rosy collection.  I added green glitter to the paper to mimic the brad on the flower which is from that same collection.

Here is a photo of the sketch:

Happy Birthday with Washi Tape

Here is a birthday card that I made for my son's friend, Daniel.  I wasn't sure where I was going with this card with the exception that I planned on keeping it simple along with using washi tape.  Even though his party is today, I circled his actual birthday on the calendar washi tape.

Sentiment is from PTI's Big Birthday Wishes and calendar washi tape is from my Smash collection.

4 Amazing Years!

I made this birthday card for a dear friend of mine who was celebrating her son's 4th birthday.  Her invite asked us to come on by to celebrate her son's 4 amazing years of life so I thought it would be fun to mimic that saying on his card.

Sentiment and die cut are from PTI's Big Birthday Wishes stamp set and By the Numbers die set.  The number 4 is adhered to a wobble spring for a fun effect.

I will also enter this card into the Monday Challenge #58 from My Craft SpotBirthday: What's your age? 

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