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I finally made a card!  And again, because I need one for an upcoming birthday.  So I utilized the sketch #7 from the Greeting Farm's Which One Wednesday Challenge.

Although my "7" is supposed to stand for "7 years old."  I couldn't decide on how to fit a "happy birthday" sentiment on there so I think I will just add it to the inside.  And this is the new Ryan stamp, (thanks, Eva, notice how many things she has given me?!).  I'm not completely happy with the way I colored his hair, but this was my 2nd attempt and I was getting tired.  The patterned paper is Old School from Pink Paislee, I got the 6x6 paper pack on sale from somewhere...I've ordered so many things online over the last few months, I forget where I've bought things from.  I double die cut the number 7 and did the shadow layering thing that I learned from Nichol Magouirk's blog and all her cool titles.

Well, have a good rest of the week!

Comments

eva said…
this is a cute card! i like that 7 too. wow, 7 already?! i think his hair and clothes look good! he could kind of be Edward's twin. heehee.
Lorraine said…
I like your masculine boy card, Cheryl! And I think his hair looks cool!
donna mikasa said…
cute masculine card! love that sketch and his hair looks awesome!

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