I am here with a Child's birthday card that I made to enter in the challenge going on over at Celebrate The Occasions Blog.
I recently realized why I bought the cricut lite cartridge "Bump In The Night". This cartridge has so many cute images on it that can go with many different themes. Of course I had to own it as soon as it was released so I paid full price for it, however if you really like the cartridge I know Walmart is marking them down for $20.00.
Well on with my birthday card, here is what I came up with.....
Cricut Lite (Bump In The Night)
DCWV Pattern Paper
Solid cardstock from local scrapbooking store
Darice Embossing Folder
Button From Stash
Green Bakers Twine
Computer Generated Sentiment
Black Gel Pen
3D Foam Squares
Sorry about the bad lighting!!I plan on buying a new camera real soon.My card is a portrait style card and measures at 5.25x4.25. If you would like measurements for all the other layers feel free to ask. I generated my sentiment in Microsoft works and font is at 14pt.
I kept the colors neutral so this card could be giving to a boy or a girl. I just love how my cute little monster turned out. I Hope you all enjoy it as well :)
Thanks & Happy Scrappin"
lol..This is too cute!!Super Duper Awesome!!TFSReplyDelete
This card has really made me laugh, great project! Thank you for joining us at the Celebrate the Occasion challenge and hope to see you back again. HugsReplyDelete
What an adorable monster card with a great sentiment! Thanks so much for sharing your fabulous card with us at Celebrate The Occasion!ReplyDelete
Cute, thanks for playing @ CTO!ReplyDelete
This is so cute! You did a great job on the stitching and the sentiment is adorable!ReplyDelete
Crafting With Nana
Cute little monster!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining CTO this week!
Cute card! Love the monster!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at Celebrate the Occasion this week, Wedgie xxx
I would love to make this simply adorable card if you could send me the directions and mesuraments, I would really appericate it. Thinks for shareing and I love your blog. Dianne firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete