My grandson Matthew recently turned 16. I made a card and sent it to him with his birthday money inside, but even though the postal service says it was delivered, he never received it. So, I created another card for him, different than the first, just in case it ever shows up.
Matthew is excited to finally be able to drive. I liked this image from Lili of the Valley. It is a pre-colored image that I printed and cut using the Silhouette Cameo. I added some additional shading with Copic Markers.
To personalize the image I used a red signature pen to add his name to the license plate, along with the number 16 written on the hood of the car with a white gel pen.
The sentiment is from Honey Bee and was die cut from a scraps of red cardstock and again from red sticky back foam. The secondary sentiment was created in Word and then die cut using a Simon Says Stamp Sentiment Label die.
To add visual interest to the card front, a rectangle was cut using a My Favorite Things A2 Stitched Rectangle and then embossed using the Darice Argyle Embossing Folder. It was then matted with blue cardstock to compliment the blue car.
The focal image was adhered with 3M 1/2″ Foam Tape and the sentiment were adhered using liquid glue. Blue and red sequins were scattered around the focal image. Ranger Glosy Accents was added to the windshield of the car and the card was done.
- Lili of the Valley Oliver Driving Test
- Honey Bee Stamps Hooray
- Word Sentiment Strip Have a Happy 16th Birthday
- Copic Markers: B24, B23, B21; W3, W2, W1
- Recollections Cherry Red Signature Pen
- Uni-Ball Signo 1mml White Gel Pen
- Pretty Pink Posh Christmas Mix and Seattle Spirit Mix Sequins
- Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
- 3M ½” Foam Tape
- Red Sticky Back Foam
- Darice Thin Strip Foam
- Darice Argyle Embossing Folder
- Neena Classic Crest 80# Solar White Cardstock
- Gina K. Designs 120# White Cardstock
- Blue Cardstock from Scraps
- My Favorite Things A2 Stitched Rectangle
- Ranger Glossy Accents