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February 24, 2012

Same Same but Different

The great thing about homemade cards is that you can really personalise them.

In our last class we made some 'age cards' which we made any age we wanted.  We made this masculine one which was based on a fab design by Teneale Williams.

Stamps: Occasional greetings
Card: Crumb Cake, Well Worn DSP, Whisper White
Ink:  Soft Suede
Tools: Bigz Simple Numbers, Paper Piercer, Sanding Blocks
Accessories:  Antique Brads, Twill tape

Then a friend asked me to make an age card for a boy so I made this one: the same design, but with quite a different look.

Then when I checked my notes, I discovered that the card was for a four year old, not a six year old.  Oops!  Anyone need a 6 y.o. card?

Stamps:  Occasional Greetings
Card: Pacific Point, Celebrations DSP (retired), Whisper White
Ink:  Pacific Point
Tools:  Bigz Simple Numbers, Paper Piercer
Accessories:  Brights Brads, Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon

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