Thankfully, it's not my 60th Birthday...yet! ;) This week we celebrated my hubby's 60th and one of our dear friend's 60th birthday too! So, today I'm sharing the "custom" cards I made for each of them using my Cricut machine and the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge.
This one is Jim's (aka Mr Wonderful). I used Kraft cardstock and a rustic striped designer paper. On top of this I layered on a piece of brown cardstock embossed with the woodgrain folder. The numbers 6-0 were cut out with the Cricut and embellished a little.
Here's me and the "Birthday Boy" . . .
Now, I want to show you the 60th birthday card I made for my special friend . . .
You can't go wrong with black and white, can you? I've used black and white baker's twine, rhinestones and a white pearl button to embellish this one. The numbers are popped up with dimensionals to add depth. The "celebrate" sentiment is from the Stampin' Up! set All About U. I stamped it in Versafine black and clear embossed. It just gives it a nice shiney look!
Phew, that was a LOT of photos!
As always, I'm so happy you stopped by
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Have a wonderful week!
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