Thursday, 7 April 2016

Football birthday.

It's my youngest son's birthday on Friday and he is an enthusiastic football supporter so the choice of a football card was not difficult to make.
I cut the hexagons with the SU hexagon punch and embossed the white ones with a Swiss dots EF. I mounted them onto some "Chelsea" blue card, which I made by colouring white with a blue Copic  to get the right shade. Then I die cut the round shape which was quite difficult as it was quite thick. And of course it flattened the embossing! I edged the sentiment panel with a ruler and the same blue Copic. Lots of snippets used so I'm heading off to the Playground again.


  1. What a great card Sue! Such a clever idea - one to keep in mind here. And I love that you used up a load of snippets.


    Di xx

  2. Brilliant use of snippets for this fab masculine card. xxx

  3. A fab card your son will love it I am sure..

    Hugs Babs x

  4. What a clever idea for making your football card. It looks fantastic and I'm sure your son will love it. Barbxx

  5. This is fabulous, what a brilliant idea, superb card.

    Kath x

  6. Great card, what a clever use of your hexagon punch. Karen x

  7. Sue, what a great football card. You really used those hexagons to make a fantastic card. I know he will really love it and appreciate the fact that you handmade that for him.


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