Musical Birthday Card

My grandson, Curtis, recently turned 14. He’s not into much – online games (what teenage boy isn’t?), and music.

This card was really an abstract work, and just kind of evolved.

I’ve used two stamp sets to achieve this look:

Guitars – from Inspired by Stamping

Live Life Loud – from Gina K Designs (no longer available)

I started off by stamping “Birthday” using a Fern Gully stamp – it actually says Happy Birthday, but I masked it off. Then, using one of the ‘blotches’ from “Guitars” I stamped downwards with two colours.

I then randomly stamped with Gina K stamps on the right, added the “Happy” cut-out, and lastly, I stamped the guitar in Archival Jet Black directly onto the card.  I also stamped the guitar again, and cut it out after sponging with Vintage Photo distress ink.

Here’s the inside of the card:

As you can see, I carried the theme over to the inside.  The ‘blotches’ were made using the Guitars set again, and the greeting is from Birthday Greetings – Gina K Designs.

That’s it – pretty simple!

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10 thoughts on “Musical Birthday Card

  1. Thanks Vicki. Yes, it was easy. Being a 14 year old boy, I knew this card wouldn’t be something he’d be very interested in. And I was right – it’s sitting in the envelope it came in.

    But I made the effort, and that’s what really matters….

  2. Cheryl, this card turned out so well! I love how you decorated the inside of the card beautifully too! I think he will love it! xx

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