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>> Monday, July 25, 2016



I created this card for my grandson's birthday. It's a trifold card. I started with the dark blue CS and used the SB Contemporary Strip die to cut the front panel. The Snorkel frog image was stamped with Memento Black ink on white CS, colored with Copics, fussy cut and attached to the blue panel with some glue. My grandson enjoys swimming so I think he'll get a kick out of this frog image. Here's a look at the front panel opened a bit.

The next fold is light blue CS with the Jumpin' at the Chance greeting stamped with Versafine Black Onyx ink.



The inside is white CS with the Happy Birthday greeting from the Birthday Multi Greeting stamped in Versafine Black Onyx ink.


I thought about adding something inside with the greeting, but wanted to keep it more simple and on the masculine side, since it's for my grandson.

Thanks for stopping by,
shelia



7 comments:

Robin Clendenning said...

Very cute Shelia, I know your grandson is gonna love this card!!! That froggie is so cute! Love the multiple panels too!! Very fun and love the first panel being see through with that die cut!

Sue said...

Love the panel you created Shelia - just perfect for your grandson!

Janett Ray said...

Great card Shelia, great coloring on the frog. Your grandson will love all the layers.

Samantha said...

Just adorable! I love the blues and greens and your fun dot panel!

nwilliams6 said...

What a fun front to this card - love that die! Your frog is so cute with that sentiment too. Super creative idea and card, Shelia. Hugz

Karin said...

That is too cute! I love the die cut front and the way you can see through to the inside :) And the way you colored the frog is just beyond adorable!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

How cute is this! Love that little snooker frog & the die cut band is so eye catching. Seems to be a week for grandson bdays, lol. Your grandson will surely love this.

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