Wednesday, July 17, 2013

A Surprise Request

One day I opened up my e-mail and there was a request from a gentleman named Matthew wondering if I could make his girlfriend Katie a birthday card. He had stumbled upon this blog and liked an old Jiminy Cricket birthday card I had made for my friend's dad.

Well, of course!

Since he liked that layout so much, I stuck close to that, adding a few different touches. For one, I added silver stickles to the stars.

As for the inside, Matthew's only specification was some kind of small border and Happy Birthday Katie to be written.

I decided to remain with a cohesive theme, I would stencil a star pattern all around the card.(I was such a nervous wreck doing this! It had to be perfect!) The font is from the cricut cartridge: Birthday Bash. I just love the festive font!

Thankfully, Matthew was very pleased with the result and a few days later, I received another request from his brother Joe! Stay tuned for that lovely birthday card.


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