Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Happy Birthday Card for an 80 Year Old

Hello bloggers.  I am sharing with you a birthday card made for my son-in-law's grandmother.  My son-in-law's Mom sent an email out asking for birthday cards for her Mom, whose birthday was a few weeks ago.  She was turning 80, and her daughter wanted her to receive 80 birthday cards. This is the card I made for her.

Also, I am entering this card into the current challenge over at the City Crafter Challenge blog. The challenge is to use a black silhouette. Check it out here.

Patterned papers:  My Mind's Eye
Card Stock:  Recollections and American Crafts
Ribbon:  Unknown
Window:  Small Madison Window Die
Border:  Fiskars border punch
Girl with bird:  A Child's Year Cricut cartridge (I cannot remember the size -- I am SO sorry!)
Pearls:  Queen and Co.
Sentiment:  Computer generated and punched with a 1 1/2" circle punch and a 2" scalloped circle punch (with a little Stickles added)

Thanks for looking.  Be inspired!

Click on the photo for a better look!



7 comments:

Sandy from Ukiah said...

It's beautiful as always Tammy, i hope she receives 80 birthday cards, wouldn't that be fun... hugs

Anna C said...

I hope the lady got her 80 cards and I bet this is the prettiest one of them all! Love this Tammy!

June Houck said...

Very pretty card, Tammy! I hope you will amend your post and enter this card at City Crafter Challenge blog today :)

Ros said...

Oh she is gonna love this! It's beautiful!! Thank you so much for playing along at CCCB

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

How sweet! thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Linda R. said...

Such a sweet card. She is just going to love it!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!

cnelson said...

So cute and sweet! Thanks for playing along at CCCB!