Monday, January 31, 2011

Kid's cards.

One of the themes for an upcoming magazine submittal was 'kid's" ... so I got busy and made a few cards. Out of the over dozen I made, here are two of my favorites. Both cards were made use an Acu-Cut die cut system (thank you Sherry for letting me use during our visit) and for whatever reason I used the square window for the masculine card and the round window for the feminine card.

The masculine card first is a generic one suited for a boy that ,with the addition of text, can be turned into a card for any specific occasion. I used a robot sticker (Sandylion) to which I matched the card paper color (Prismatics) and background paper (Cosmo Cricket).

The feminine card, although having a text on the front, can also be turned into a specific occasion card with the addition of interior text. I used soft pastel colors for the card (Prismatics) and a glittered patterned paper for the insert (Die Cut with a View). The flowers is a 3D sticker (E. K. Success/K & Company) while the glittered leaves are cut from a larger sticker (E. K. Success/Jolee's All That Bling). Tinkerbell is also a 3D sticker (E. K. Success). The text is a rub-on (Deja Views Wonderful Words).


  1. Pretty cute cards John. I have also been making a lot of cards. I need to scan and get on my blog

  2. Very cute cards! Love them both.