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Welsh Birthday Cards For Boys
I’m sure I’ve told you before that several family members have their birthdays in the first couple of months of the year. Well today it’s time for me to show you some Welsh birthday cards I made for my mother to give my two youngest nephews.
If I tell you that one loves steam engines and old fashioned machinery, and also tell you that they have horses on their farm, it’s quite obvious why I chose the particular images I did for the cards.
This first one is made using an image from one of the Hunkydory “Little Book of …” not quite sure which little book it was though. This was matted onto a sheet of Hunkydory miricard that was pre-cut to fit. I used a pre-foiled and scored Kanban base card.
This image for this second card also came from a Hunkydory “Little Book of …”. I think it could have been the same book that the previous image came from and that it was one of the male themed books. It was also matted and raised before putting onto the same type of foiled base card as the first one.
I’ve got several more cards to make for the family, so keep an eye out for them, along with some other crafting projects I’m working on.
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(Just scroll down past the top boxes to see the cards.)
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