Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Retirement card

My brief for this card was to make a retirement card for a lady who runs a playgroup.

The first stamps that popped into my head was this oldie set from Stampin' Up  - I think it's called Kids at Play but I wouldn't swear to it.
I repeated the stamp at the top so it looked like a load of kids were peeping over the wall and then drew in a line to join them up.  Coloured with watercolour pencils and the 2 kids at the bottom were popped up on foam pads.  Background chalked through a brick stencil.  My grass border is an old Martha Stewart punch.  Little silver stars from stash.

Daily Marker 30 day colouring challenge

10 comments:

  1. OH wow, this is such a fun card, love that giggling little girl!
    Many thanks for joining us at Cute Card Thursday this week!
    Debxx

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  2. This card is so perfect for someone retiring from running a play group. She will LOVE it! Those little kids are just the cutest, and your pastel brick wall is a great background. You really nailed this commission!!!

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  3. A really lovely card with a fun element as well, thanks so much for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations challenge this month.

    B x

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  4. what a great card for you friend!!!

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  5. Gorgeous card, she'll love that you took time to make it so personal! Jo x

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  6. Great images! A perfect retirement card for the lady in question. Thanks for sharing it with us at Stamping Sensations.

    Lynne

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  7. This is a brilliant card for a retiring Playgroup teacher! I love those sweet images, and what a great idea to have them peeping over the wall!

    love Mags B x

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  8. OMGosh! this is so darn sweet!! I own this old set too it has always been a favorite of mine! : ) You have made it new again!!

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  9. Thanks for playing along with our challenge by Dream valley. Good luck with the draw, and till next time..

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