There's always someone late to the party isn't there, and I'm afraid it's me this time... I was given ample time to prepare for a surprise birthday celebration but then dear old Life hit me with some surprises and suddenly I find myself floundering about in catch-up mode! Happy belated birthday Ardyth - I hope you had a wonderful day!
Those of you that hang out with Ardyth in Blogland will know she is a ray of sunshine! I've used her graphic style to make a card that reflects that - and with very few supplies. Come and have a look:
The sentiment (from the 'do-re-mi' song in The Sound of Music) is computer-generated using the Courier font, and the sunshine tile is made by stacking three 7 x 7cm squares of Pacific Point card stock together and a square of Daffodil Delight cut with a couple of circle punches and my trimmer. That's it!
I shall be linking up with the rest of the merrymakers at Darnell's blog today, where I hear the party is still going strong, and also to the Paper Players where the theme is 'Summer Holiday'!
Here's what you'll need for this card
Card stock: Whisper White, Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight
Other: 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, Stampin' trimmer
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We all love The Sound of Music film in our house and it often makes an appearance on our TV during holiday times. I remember seeing it as a child at Christmas and was most struck by the way Maria made matching outfits for the children out of curtains!
I'm pretty sure my daughter would be delighted with a frock like one of these and my youngest son likes a bit of a loud shirt too, but I am quite certain that my oldest son would rather die than be seen in public in a pair of those dungaree shorts!
See you tomorrow,