Saturday, October 10, 2015

Birthday Card for a Teenage Boy - by Cheryl Wright

Last time I showed you a card I'd made for hubby's birthday. This time around I'm showcasing one I created for my grandson's 16th birthday.

If you think it's hard making cards for men, then try making one for a teenage boy! Man, that's what I call hard work.

Using a variety of different 'splotchy' stamp sets (from Kaisercraft, Stampin' Up!, and others), this is what I came up with:

The number "16" was made using chipboard pieces from kaisercraft, and painting with acrylic paint. The cardbase was 'kraft' cardstock, so using a vintage gold for the chipboard was the best match I could get.

I hope you've enjoyed this card. Thanks for reading, and I'll see you next time!


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