Following are a couple of masculine birthday greeting cards especially made for conveying hearty 40th birthday wishes to my beloved brother-in-laws. (Yes! Two of my BILs turned 40 the same week).
I have kept the layout really simple. I’ve used circle punches of different sizes to cut out circles from a pattern paper and a coordinating card-stock. I have then die cut numbers 4 and 0. I arranged the circles on a light blue card base and then stuck them to the card using tape runner, glue and foam adhesives to add dimension. I had finished off the card by adding a few rhinestones to add more interest.
Observe the coordinating white envelopes for these cards, which is handmade too. I have punched out a circle from pattern paper, which I have cut into 2 pieces and adhered to the corners of the envelopes to finish them off.
I’m sure everyone has that tall guy, who puts you to shame, in your list of loved ones. This card can be gifted to that tallest friend of yours (now you know why the giraffe). I made this card a while ago, which got to surface now. I can’t remember the source of inspiration for this card.
Hope you liked his card. Let me know what you think about this card.
Hi all. I’m thoroughly enjoying my summer. Right now am in India and its very hot here.So today I’m back with another challenge from CAS-ual Fridays. If you have already guessed, this month’s challenge is about summer. You gotta make a project using some tan, white and just one other bright colour. Below is my take on the challenge.
Hi all. It’s going to be an exciting challenge at CAS-ual Fridays this month. Wondering why? Since, CAS-ual Fridays is celebrating its 4th birthday this month. Yaaaay!!
So this month’s challenge is totally about celebrating Casual Fridays. For this challenge, you must make a birthday themed project using only 4 colours – Orange, Turquoise, Black and White.
Here is my take on the challenge.
Hi all. The last day of summer apparently drived me to make a bright card. I think this is the first card that I have made with nothing black on it. Below is my take on CASE This sketch challenge for the week.
Hi all. This week’s RIC # 66 challenge is quite interesting where all colours are brilliant. Here is my take on the challenge.
The wooden box in the background, the royal blue and the roses have clearly inspired me. The layout of the card too is inspired from the picture, if you know what I mean. Hope you liked my card. Your opinion about the card matters. Thank You.