Monday, April 7, 2014

Birthday Boy

This birthday pocket 
card was created for our son-in-law's birthday which was last month. To be truthful, I'm having a hard time remembering how I put this together. LOL... I really don't know what paper collection I used as I made this some time ago (it has to be Graphic 45 judging from the foliage). The birthday boy banner is definitely Graphic 45's Place in Time.

The dies I used are
Alterations Spring Greenery and Mini Paper Rosettes. The one lone flower is a Petaloo Darjeeling in red.

The bottle cap is one
my son gave me and the rest of the metals are by Prima and Spare Parts from Hobby Lobby.

I created the #8 tag
with Rusty Hinge and Vintage Photo Distress inks for the background... some random stamping and various Idea-ology tissue tapes. Burlap string in natural is the bow.

I scored the bottom
of the tag, turned it up and glued the sides forming a shallow pocket to hold a gift card.
Have a great Monday!

Thanks for stopping by!


Unknown said...

There's a great steampunk feel to your creation Linda, love the tucked in tag as well, so pretty!
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Chrissy said...

Fantastic card and hidden tag Linda..wonderful papers and colours and love all the details.


Unknown said...

This is such an awesome card Linda. The hidden tag is awesome. Well done my friend.


Audrey Pettit said...

Haha, you sound like me, Linda! I never can remember anything anymore. :) What a fabulous card this is! Love, love, love that gorgeous collection of foliage and metal bits. And what a great idea you had folding up the bottom of the tag to hold a gift card. Love that!

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