Wednesday, December 31, 2014

FS412: Skate Board Birthday:

Hi Everyone...Happy New Year to All!!

It's been a wonderful Christmas, especially spending time with family....

I have a card I made for my Grandson...who turned just out of his teens: time sure flies!

Its also for the Featured Stamper: (Dougnat) this is her Card:

this is my card:

I change the colour, ribbon, image, hope he likes his card...

I love this embossing folder....I just ran a little chalk over the raised bits, with 2 colours of blue....I don't have the chalk colour of Baja:

Stamps: SU: Extreme Skateboard
Paper: Black, White, WC paper for base (140 lb) Baja, 
Ink: Black, Blue chalks, 
Accessories: Striped Ribbon, MS Leaf Border Punch, EF, scossors to fussy cut image, Foam Tape, Liquid Glue, & Love!

Thanks for Looking...a fun card, and a joy!!
Blessings & Hugs:


Conniecrafter said...

Love that embossing folder for a background to this image, very cool, sure he will love it!
Happy New Year!

Audrey Hiltke said...

What a fun card - I love our choice of colors - the wide striped ribbon and border detailing are just perfect for the bold image. Perfect for your grandson! Happy New Year Hugs to you all!

Karen Letchworth said...

What a super fun card, Jan. I just LOVE that wide ribbon. I have about 6-7 inches of it left and I'm HOARDING it! LOL Thanks for stopping by my blog to say hello, it's always SO nice to hear from you. I always enjoy taking a peek at your beautiful cards, and I'd like to invite you to stop by and play along with us at Word Art Wednesday - we have some really awesome sponsors for 2015, and I would LOVE having you share your amazing talents with us. I hope to see you soon.
God bless you in the new year!
Karen - Challenge Blog - My Personal Blog

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Thank you for the lovely comment you left on my blog...I am now a follower xx

Just love this card hun, perfect for those 17 yr old daughter would love it, her skateboard is attached to her hip lol!
Huge hugs Shell xx

JD/ Jill said...

Great card for your grandson...I bet he loved it!