Birthday Card


I made a birthday card for a friend, bringing my 16 for 16 target of 15 up to 12, only three more to go – I should manage that quite easily.


I used the retro Dymo gadget to type the words, and pinking shears to cut the Duck Tape hinge for an added retro component.


The card was made from two off cuts left over from my Post Card making


and popped into this sweet pocket I bought in Japan, which is meant for wrapping snacks or cakes.


13 responses to “Birthday Card

  1. Nice painting. I liked your blog, I invite you to my blog:

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  2. Murtagh's Meadow


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  3. This is so lovely – my favourite cards are always the handmade ones and I’ve kept them ALL over the years. I really must put them in a scrapbook so I can look at them more often.

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  4. Beautiful and unique card. Thank you for the instructions. I’ve been seeing that sort of font on many things this year, especially on icad and had no idea how people were doing it!
    Deb {who has moved her blog to Blogger}

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  5. Lovely card, and thank you for including all the details for making our own!

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