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Thursday, November 8, 2012

A Few Birthday Cards

Good Morning Everyone...I hope you are having a great week. I've not had a chance to do any crafting this week so I thought I would post a couple of birthday cards that I made a while ago. This first one would have been for my mom. Oh how I miss her...today would have been her 80th birthday. It's been almost a month since she passed and I still have my moments, but I'm working through them. Pretty simple card, I used a EK Edge punch, a circle/scallop Nestibility, added a few sentiment tickets and some flowers---
This next one is for my husbands son. Modeled after a card that my son had done for Father's Day for a girl that works with my daughter in law. The $20 was replaced with a check but I wanted to show you what it looked like with money in the pocket. The pocket and the collar were straight cut, stitched and layered and the buttons are made with a Sizzix die. The sentiment "from our pocket to yours" was computer generated and was my husband's idea---
Here is the one that my son did...I'm sure it was taken with his phone so it's not cropped but he does pretty nice work, wouldn't you say---
That's it for now...I hope to get some crafting time in to work on a few Christmas cards this weekend so be sure to stop back next week...til then, enjoy your day and have a great week!

13 comments:

Edilza Teixeira said...

Oi Kelly!!!

Sinto muito pela sua mãe. Que Deus lhe dê o conforto necessário para sua dor. Seus cartões estão lindos. é sempre um prazer ver seus trabalhos.

Beijos

Olga said...

all are gorgeous, your mom would have loved the card, yo hang in there girl, to answer your question LOL, I wasn't with Heartfelt Creations for a year and now I'm back on the design team, I feel like I'm home again...........

nwilliams6 said...

Kelly, these are outstandingly wonderful! I just saw them in the gallery at SCS. What fun. I love how you did these super cards. The stitching and papers are so well done. Fun, fun, fun. Hugz - lotz of them.

Beth said...

I am glad to hear that you are working through your mom being gone, it will get easier. She would have loved this card. The papers you used are beautiful. I had to chuckle when I read the sentiment on your husband's son card...too cute! And yes, your son does very nice work, he comes by it naturally!

Marie said...

great cards beautiful and fun. great design on all

Sandi said...

Kelly, these are beautiful, love that pocket,hugs

Diane said...

I feel for you about your Mom...I worry so much about mine, she is 85...she would of loved that card....the others are great as well...I have a creative son, that just started to learn air brushing, and he is super talented with it!! Thanks for sharing!!

Laurie said...

Hi Kelly. I so understand how you feel, my Dad will be gone 4 years on Monday. It never goes away, but it does get better. Beautiful cards, love the men cards. May have to CASE them!! ;)

Take care my friend,
Laurie
scrapsbysissy.blogspot.com

Melodie said...

Hi Kelly, your new cards are so wonderful, great ideas, beautiful papers.
Hugs
Melodie

Anonymous said...

Very pretty birthday card. Love the layers and the border punch layer, the papers really work together (and then those flowers).

The pocket cards are cute. I like how your son used the brads at the pocket corners and how the true seamstress knew to match her patterns. Great idea for a masculine birthday.

AnonyMOUSE

k squared said...

Your Mom's card is beautiful and reflects your love for her. She has to be smiling. The shirt cards are an incredibly great idea! I will be "borrowing" this design for the guys in my life. And the plaid paper could not be more perfect!

Anonymous said...

the shirt with pocket cards are adorable!! I saw it on Pinterest and cannot wait to make one... It will come in handy since I usually give my nephews money for christmas and their birthdays.
Thanks for sharing your creativity!!

your sons card is darling also!
Diane Lindall
olalladi@aol.com

Margaret D said...

I love the pocket idea on your card. Your son did a great job on his as well!