Hey there! Two of my sons have November birthdays, so we celebrated their birthdays during our family Thanksgiving on Saturday.
In addition to making each son's favorite dessert, I also made them each a card to go with their gift. I had just received my Pre-Pre Order from the upcoming 2019 Occasions Catalog, so I used the new Classic Garage Suite to create Troy's card. I used the Lined Alphabet (from the Annual Catalog and on sale TODAY ONLY 10% off! in my online store!) with Classic Garage 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper and Classic Garage Metal Elements:
The Lined Alphabet set is photopolymer, so it's easy to line up the letters to stamp the whole name or word all at the same time! I cut panels of Classic Garage designer paper to create the background for Troy's name that I heat-embossed with white powder on a Basic Black layer.
"All Geared Up to Celebrate" is from the Geared Up Garage stamp set, stamped with black Memento ink and punched with the Classic Label Punch. The Classic Garage Metal Elements are adorable! I used glue dot to attach this tiny metal wrench!
To give you an idea of how adorably cute and tiny these are, here's a dime beside the key!
Inside and on the envelope I used the Birthday Wishes for You set, stamped with Memento black ink and colored with both light and dark Smoky Slate and the Light Mint Macaron Stampin' Blends.
After I stamped the toolbox with Memento black, I used a Dark Real Red Stampin' Blend to color the box, and the Light & Dark Smoky Slate for the box trim and the tools.
I'm planning to use this design for a swap and possibly my "Stampin' in the New Year" Stamp-a-Stack, so I created another card with the "bro" greeting. What other masculine titles could you use?
All of these new products will be available to order on January 3rd, but you can order your Lined Alphabet today from my online store and get 10% OFF!
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