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27 Jan 2009

Loads of love!


I made this card a while ago for my mum's birthday, from my two boys.

I used Whisper white card stock for the base and made a stencil from a scrap piece of paper which i sponged basic grey, bashful blue and certainly celery ink through to make the background for the truck, the truck was stamped onto some bashful blue designer series paper then cut out and i added some more buttons from my collection for the wheels.

I used Stampin' Up! markers for the boys and their delivery with whisper white gros grain ribbon and stuck everything on with some dimensionals.

Thanks for looking.

Abi

10 comments:

CREATE=FUN said...

very cute, love it!

Enfys said...

This is lovely, gorgeous soft colours you used.

Anjou Krelovich said...

cute cute cute! it's simple and adorable. love it when cards work out like that!

Loretta Rodger said...

The card is great!

BTW, Pachabell cannon in D is my favorite of all pieces of music!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

This is super cute, Abi! :)

Jan said...

Super cute, Abi! Love the buttons you added to the wheels!

Loretta Rodger said...

Had to leave some more blog love, I've nominated you for a blog award, please come over to the blog and check it out!

Michelle Walpole said...

Simple clear lines...I reckon perfect for a male!

Michelle Walpole said...

But pretty for mums as well!!!! When I looked at it before reading, I immediately thought, my hubby would love that!

cmluvs2stamp said...

Very cute using the buttons for the wheels! I also have this set with the accessories and just love it. It's so versitile isn't it.