At the July card class, we focused on cards for kids. Big kids – little kids – it’s up to you. Historically, I don’t do many of these because I don’t have kids. I always worried that I wouldn’t know what to make and what is cool?? With some encouragement from my class attendees (and Pinterest), I planned these for class. I made them a bit easier than last time! Ha! I am really pleased and hope you like them too!
This first one is an easel card. I tried to choose gender neutral colors so that it could be given to a boy or a girl. Other than the style of card – pretty simple, but so cute!
Stamps – No Bones About It
Ink – Smoky Slate, Blackberry Bliss (ret), Bermuda Bay
Paper – Smoky Slate, Blackberry Bliss (ret), Bermuda Bay and Whisper White card stock
Calling all Disney fans…. I don’t dislike Disney, I just don’t GO to Disneyland or been anywhere similar in years. I guess I better get on that! When my class saw these on Pinterest, they wanted to do this card. I added one or two small things, but otherwise, mine is pretty much a copy. I have to admit – LOVE!
Stamps – Swirly Birds, Birthday Banners (inside)
Ink – Basic Black Archival
Paper – Basic Black, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight (on the inside) card stock. Pop of Pink Specialty DSP and Polka Dot Parade DSP (ret)
Tools – Balloon Bouquet punch (inside)
Extras – 1/4″ Daffodil Delight Stitched Grosgrain ribbon (ret) Wink of Stella in Black Glitter (not SU), Project Life Journaling Pen
Finally foxy! This little fox punch is being used for all sorts of critters. Just check out Pinterest and you will see. Worth every penny if you are in to punch art!
Stamps – Foxy Friends, A Dozen Thoughts (ret)
Ink – Calypso Coral, Basic Black, Basic Gray and Pool Party
Paper – Soft Sky, Basic Gray, Whisper White card stock. A Little Foxy DSP Stack
Tools – Fox Builder Punch
Extras – Bakers Twine in Calypso Coral (ret) Basic Jewels Rhinestones