I decided to enter this project into a challenge of a new blog, My Creative Time, I just stumbled upon for her Throw Back Thursday Challenge of making a kid friendly project. I could not believe my good fortune that I just did the project so I could add it to her challenge. I am super happy I found another great blog forum with another great design team full of neat and creative ideas!
This is the matching bag and card I made to go along with a banner I made for a friend’s little boy! My friend was super happy with it all and we had a great time at the party… it was at a local Children’s Museum that I never knew about. It is totally community funded (no government help) and it was AMAZING! We will be signing up for an annual membership.
- B is for Boy – Rocket and layer cut at 5 inches, 4.74 and 4.5 inches
- Celebrations – Circles cut at 5.5 , 5.25 and 3.5 AND the number 3 cut at 2 inches and 1/5 inches
Cuttlebug: Spots and Dots and Distressed Stripes embossing folder
Card: 8×11 folded in half, layer cut 4 wide and 5 1/4 long and novelty paper cut 4 wide and 2 inches long
- Recollections card stock
- Recollections scrapbook paper – found in open stock bins
- Die Cuts with a View Autumn Glitter stacker for the letters and numbers (be sure to do multi cut and be on 6 for blade)
Ranger Perfect Pearl Powder – Biscotti – Used on embossed circles/stripes
Glossy Accents Clear, Black and White
Twine from Oh My Craft.com
Stickles – Star Dust and Orange Peel
Pop Dots – Used to layer the rocket and planets