Good Morning! I've wanted to make this card for a while now but haven't had the chance with so many birthdays, illnesses and other occasions that have come up. I finally got the opportunity. It is going to be sent to my grandson that turned 3 years old last week, and it won't mean anything to anyone except those that know him. Many months ago he had come up with the phrase "Hey...that's my spot" every time you would go to sit down. My son said he didn't know where he had come up with it but I know exactly where, I can hear my son saying it to him now. I was watching him a while back, we were about to eat lunch and I told him that he was sitting in MY SPOT, he told me that he wanted to sit in my spot, I could sit in grandpa's spot since he wasn't there. Anyway, that is what inspired this card. The image is a free coloring page that was found on line---
The image was printed twice, once colored with Prisma pencils and OMS, the other cut and pop dotted on the image then layered on a rectangle/scallop Nestibility. The background layer was embossed with Cuttlebug Swiss Dots. The lettering "Hey" is Spellbinders and the "That's MY Spot!" is computer generated then cut and layered on an oval/scallop Nestibility. Ribbon and bow were added along with Glossy Accents to the eyes. That's all I have for today, thanks for stopping by. If you enjoy your visit, won't you leave me a comment to let me know! Have a fabulous day!
Have A Question On How I Did Something? PLEASE READ!
I love to share what knowledge I have. I'm finding it more and more difficult to respond to your questions because some of you are not leaving a way for me to contact you. I am not ignoring those of you who have questions, but the majority of the time no contact information is given so I am unable to respond to your inquiries. If you are serious about me answering the questions you ask and do not have a Blogger account with an email address linked to it, please leave your email address or email me with your question at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back with you. If you email me, be sure to put "blog question" in the subject line so I won't think it's SPAM and delete it.