Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Evan's Birthday Card

Front of Card      Card shown as easel and inside
My great-nephew celebrates his 11th birthday on Sunday and this card is for him. I used this week's challenge sketch which is shown at bottom right from  A Fairy Creative Place. Making an easel card,  I used some papers that I have had for some time with stick-on Chip Board Letters and alphabet letters and numbers plus a die cut football. I used 3 different patterned papers on the front and stamped a sentiment on an oval cut with nesties. Attached this with foam dots. On the inside is another patterned paper finished as shown in the picture. Attached colored stones (really pearls but my DH said pearls were not for a manly card so called  a different name) to hold easel in place.
Also entering this in:
KL Stampin N Scrappin Challenge: Inside-Out Challenge- Your card has to be decorated on the inside and out.
The Res-Q-Challenge: Make any kind of special fold card.
Stamp: Creative Clear Stamp-"Make a Wish"
Ink: SU Really Rust
Papers: Basic Grey - Patterns from Recess
             GKD-PL Pumpkin Spice
Other: We R Memory-Glitter Chipboard Letters
           Basic Grey- Alphabet Stickers and Die Cut Shapes
Thanks for dropping by!


Jenny said...

This is such a sweet card!!! I love those letters - great job Theresa!

The Other Patti Sue said...

Evan is one luck kid! Super cute card!

Denise said...

fabulous! Awesome fold and great personalized card! Thanks for playing RESQ challenge this week!

Risa said...

What a beautiful card! Your layout and design papers are lovely and I love the lg. chipboard letters! Thanks for joining us at KLSNS!

Laura said...

Love how you personalized this! Thanks for playing SKETCH PLAY this week Theresa!

Patti P. said...

Great card Theresa, and congrats on the sketch challenge at STV.

Sassy's Ramblin's said...

Super card! Love the letters!

Kelly L said...

GREAT boy card, great colors, and I love the inside as well! Thanks for joining us at KL Stampin N Scrappin for our inside-out challenge! Hugs, Kelly