My previous post found here, talked about how I spent the day making Valentine cards for my grandchildren while celebrating British Columbia’s first ever Family Day holiday.
First it was the Girly Girl valentine for my granddaughter and now it’s my grandsons’ turn.
How hard can it be to make a Valentine card for your grandsons? Well, the depends on how old they are. At 5, its easy. At 9 not so easy….all that mosh Nan, YUK!
So his card was not filled with a lot of mosh. I tried to hip it up by using black, white and red and of course, I thought the Soda Pop Tops would help. Who knows, if it will fly.
Stamps: Hearts a Flutter ( c – 129252, w- 129249, p11 2013 Spring Catalogue), Ciao, Baby ( c – 129648, w- 129645 p16 2013 Spring Catalogue), Itty Bitties (w-128939 p.25, 2013 Spring Catalogue,
Paper: Whisper White, Real Red, Basic Black
Ink: Whisper White Craft Ink, Real Red
Accessories: Big Shot, Hearts A Flutter Framelits, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder, Argyle Embossing Folder, Versa Mark, White Embossing Powder, Real Red 1/4” Ribbon, Soda Pop Tops.
Have you tried the new Soda Pop Tops? They are fun embellishments to add to a card, scrapbook page or a 3-D project. There are 2 different sizes and the Collage Curios stamp set and the Itty Bitties stamp set are great for the Soda Pop Tops.
There are 16 tops in total – 8 of 2 different sizes. At $4.95, they’re a deal.
You can see my youngest grandson’s valentine by going to this link: http://simplysaidwithkaren.com/whale-you-be-mine-valentine/
He’s still young enough to like some of the mosh!