Monday, August 2, 2010

Golf Birthday Card

I celebrated my birthday at my sister's house this past weekend.  I had a great time visiting and eating all the yummy food my sister made!


I made this card for my BIL (his birthday is a day before mine) who is an avid golfer. All the stamps I used are from A Muse. I love how you can buy individual stamps and make a scene with them! I used a really light blue Copic marker (BG000) to color in the blue background.  One of these days I'll invest in getting the airbrush system! For the grass, I used the Martha Stewart grass border punch and layered a small strip of grass behind the front green piece of cardstock for more dimension.  


For the inside of the card, I used two green Copic Sketch markers and "flicked" the brush tip end of the markers to make grass blades. I made the golf ball by cutting out a circle and used the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder to make the dimples in the ball.


When you open up the card, the ball kinds springs out at you!  I made the "spring" by punching a smaller circle and cutting around it in a spiral.  I have seen this technique in passing while blog surfing.

Thanks for swinging by!

Supplies:
Stamps: Golfer, Golf Shoe, Golf Clubs, Clouds, Sun, Happy Birthday (A Muse)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko), Prussian Blue Fluid Chalk Ink (Clearsnap), Summer Sunrise (Papertrey Ink), Wild Wasabi (Stampin' Up!)
Paper: Kraft cardstock (PTI), Classic Crest Solar White (Neenah), Leapfrog (Bazzill)
Accessories: Dong-A Popcorn White Craft Pen (from JetPens), Heat-It Craft Tool (Ranger), Copic Markers, White Pretty Pearls (A Muse), Assorted Atyou Spica Glitter Pens (.Too Corp), Martha Stewart Grass Border Punch (EK Success), Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder (Provo Craft), CM Circle Cutting System (Creative Memories), Large Oval and Scalloped Oval punches (Stampin' Up!)

  

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