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Queen for the day birthday card


This birthday card is made with a black and white vintage image from my own ephemera collection, tinted on the computer. It was sent back to the States as a birthday card for my Grandmother. It was so heavy and the flower stuck up so high I had to send it in a box—not cheap. This is one reason my cards are getting flat-er. I actually mail them and if I put too much on them they're horribly expensive to send. This one is for my Grandmother, and since it's not every day one's grandmother turns 94, she is most definitely worth it.


The tag sentiment is my own created with Simple Snails ver. 4.0 font.

Supply List
Paper—cardstock, Jodie Lee Designs Fairy Bell Collection
Focal Image—vintage image from my collection
Die/Punch—Toga crown die, tag punch
Embellisments—ribbon, twine, flower, pearls
Font—Simple Snails ver. 4.0

5 comments

  1. Fabulously clever card for Grandmama!

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  2. Your grandma is definitely worth the extra postage! Love the patterned paper and pearly crown.

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  3. Wow your Grandma is going to love that. Look at her...94 is getting up there!

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  4. Très belle carte Shani! J'adore les papiers et la couronne sur la fille est extra!!
    Bravo à toi mais aussi à ta mamie, 94 ans... Whaouuu!!! Elle sera très contente!!
    Bises

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  5. It might be more expensive to ship, Shani, but this is the kind of card that speaks to my heart - vintage, soft colors and luscious embellishments. VERY beautiful!

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