My little grand niece celebrated her second birthday in the middle of January.
"Pumpkin Emma" from C.C. Designs was stamped onto PTI Stamper's Select White card stock with the pumpkin images masked out, leaving an 'empty' wagon. I then stamped two little cupcakes from PTI's Tiny Treats: Valentine in the wagon. The images were then coloured with copic markers. PTI Polka Dot Basics was stamped in CTMH Sunny Yellow as a background on the white card stock.
The vertical birthday sentiment (Close to My Heart) was stamped on a strip of patterned paper and then added to the right side of the card. The number 2 from PTI's Outlines Alphabet was stamped onto PTI Berry Sorbet card stock and then cut out. I used a glue pen and DecorArt Glamour Dust to add a little sparkle to thenumber.
I layered several different papers from the Sassafrass wee bundle "count me in" in colours of yellow, pink, and sorbet on a PTI Harvest Gold card base.
When Payton saw the small flower and button accent, she pointed to it and said "SUN". I put the flower there because the empty space needed a little something, something - never planned for a SUN!! Smart little girl!
I used little poem that I found on the internet for the inside of the card - just the perfect sentiment for a sweet little 2 year old girl. I layered the Nestability die cut onto a Berry Sorbet mat before attaching it to the card base.
Card Details: 5 1/4 " square card
Stamps: C.C. Designs Pumpkin Emma; PTI Outline Alphabet, Tiny Treats:Valentine;
CTMH Happy Birthday.
CTMH Happy Birthday.
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; CTMH Cranberry, Orange, Sunny Yellow
Designer Paper & Flower: Sassafras: "count me in" paper ; "in a stitch blossoms-vintage rose"
Cardstock: PTI - Berry Sorbet, Harvest Gold, Stampers' Select WhiteOther Supplies: Copic markers; DecorArt Glamour Dust; corner rounder punch; Stickles; Nestabilities Label 1 dies
And finally ... here's the little book bag I made for Payton. Originally it was supposed to be a Christmas present, but it was one of the things that I didn't finish in time. It's similar to the one I made for another grand niece who lives in New Zealand. I posted about that one in December here.
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