I got this new toy called a Cuttlebug. Have you ever heard of it? I think it's going to be all the rage in papercrafting... Ha! I think I'm one of the last ones on SCS to break down and buy the CB, and this is my first upload using it. I used the embossing folder with all the squares ( :) ), and a panel of CTMH's white core Gray Wool cs to resemble the lead caming of the stained glass. Then I sanded down the squares and colored them with SU markers in the same shade as the stripes on the candle holders. The image panel was made using the 'happy day' stamp with just the candles inked with markers. The sentiment is by River City Rubberworks.
Thanks for looking!
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2007 GMT Views: 1234
Registered: November 4, 2006 Location: Midwest Posts: 24448
Sat, May 12, 2007 @ 5:10 PM
Many of us may have this tool, but you've already figured out something original to do with it ... I love how you sanded and colored the embossing and the row of candles with that sentiment is hilarious ... love this card.
Registered: April 23, 2006 Location: Looking For Teapots! Posts: 59933
Sat, May 12, 2007 @ 6:07 PM
Do the birthday candles go all the way around the back side of the front of the card, all inside the card and then carry on through to the back of the card? That is one old person...I better quit while I am ahead cuz I might be the perfect recipient of a card like this! Yikes! It is just wonderful and so funny!
Registered: September 4, 2005 Location: Good Ol Texas Posts: 6058
Sat, May 12, 2007 @ 8:54 PM
That's just too funny! Love your sentiment. I resemble that remark. LOL
Here all this time I thought I was the only stamper that didn't have a cuttlebug. I would have known differently if I had had a chance to stamp with you at the Arlington get together. Guess what I got for Mother's Day! Woo hoo!