These are the cards I created for mom’s July stamp camp. My job was to use some photopolymer stamps and make a juvenile birthday card.
First up the juvenile birthday card:
I wanted a card that could be used for a large age range, and any gender. And, you know me, a rainbow can never be wrong 😉
The cake is gently watercolored with blender pens and ink.
The pennant pieces are alternated in there adhesive, dimensional and glue (though even the glue are just at the top so the bottoms can be fluffed).
My other card uses a recent photopolymer set that I fell in love with:
I went with a graphic type background stamping the arrows in the background. The label was stamped and trimmed out. I used a marker to hand write “me”, though you could easily use the alphabet from Designer Typeset.
Thanks for taking a peek!
Ink/Card Stock: Daffodil Delight, White, Black;
Other: Polka Dot Parade DSP, Pennant builder punch, blender pens, dimensionals;
Ink/Card Stock: Island Indigo, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, White;