I thought it was about time you all had a card by Amy. Amy made this a while ago for her Grandad's birthday. Here she is to tell you how she made it:
I chose these colours myself, by just picking out some that I thought would look good together. I got the Pumpkin Pie paper and stamped Big Pieces with the Pumpkin Pie ink pad. Then I stamped Little Pieces on to the blue paper with the Blue Bayou ink pad and stuck that to the Old Olive paper. I used a plastic template and a pencil to mark 4 circles for my eyelets, and then made 4 holes with the Cropadile. I even set the eyelets myself! Then I and stuck that to the Pumpkin Pie paper. Then I got Whisper White and Real Red paper and stuck them together. Then I stamped 'to my' and 'wonderful' on it, and got a big and little piece and stamped them on it too and stuck that to my card. I stamped the alphabet in all the colours, and punched out squares to spell 'Grandad'. I punched a Photo Corner to go in the corner, and popped it up using Dimensionals. I hope you like my card!
Colours: Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Blue Bayou, Real Red
Stamps: Big Pieces, Little Pieces, Wonderful Favourites, Alphabits
Other: 1/4" Circle Punch, Photo Corner Punch, Crop-a-dile, Red eyelets, Mat Pack
Isn't she clever? I hardly helped her at all with this one. She'll be taking classes in no time!
Amy, your so clever great card!ReplyDelete
this is awesome.... I would have sworn it was done by your Mum Amy :) Well done!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Amy! It's usually hard to make a masculine card - well done! Looking forward to more of your creations!ReplyDelete
Great card Amy. You've inherited your Mum's talent! Can't wait to see more cards that you make.ReplyDelete
move over Marelle! LOLReplyDelete
Amy, this is such a great card. I find cards for men so hard to make so thanks for the inspiration. I love the colours you've chosen and the red brads. Well doneReplyDelete
I meant to ask you the other day when we would see an AMY original again.......just gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
And Amy's Grandad - me - is super-proud of her too!!!ReplyDelete