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Friday, July 1, 2011

Birthday Elf

I make cards for all the fellas in my family -  husand, sons, 
brothers, nephews and grand nephews.  So . . . I thought I 
would dedicate a few more blog posts to all the boys and 
men in my life. Hope you find something that inspires you!!

 Looking for ideas for a birthday card for a man (or boy) in your life? 
Sometimes, the perfect image can be hiding in your stash!!

The little elf from Merry Pursuits. (Christmas/winter set from Close to My Heart) 
was chosen for a birthday card  -  he's holding a wrapped parcel (birthday gift ?)  
By using a blue, red and yellow colour scheme instead of green and red, 
the little Christmas elf was transformed into the perfect birthday fellow!!
Card Details
Stamps: CTMH: Merry Pursuits; Hampton Art: Age; Stampin'Up: Weathered Background
Inks: CTMH Black, Moonstruck
Papers: blue and white card stock
Other Supplies: water colour pencils; corner ticket punch; maple punch; circle punches; red marker

HAPPY CANADA DAY 




Thanks for visiting today.
Karen C.

2 comments:

Jen said...

Happy Canada day to you! I find it so inspiring how you manage such magnificent masculine and mini men cards. Case and point being this handsome little number. Love it!

Michelle said...

Love that you used a Christmas stamp for a non-Christmas card. Love getting the extra miles out of the money that way. Perfect colors for a boy too....your coloring with pencils is such a fun whisical touch. Have a great holiday weekend!