Happy Birthday Tom…

My husband’s nephew is turning 10 this week.


I have used an arrow stamp from Kaisercraft Konstrukt stamp set stamped in Stampin UP! pumpkin pie and bashful blue inks. The “HB2U” sentiment is from Papertrey ink Boy Basics Game on and the “You’re” is from Paper tray. I die cut the 10 using Quickutz die and pumpkin pie cardstock. Finished by popping up with tape and some glossy accents.

I am linking this to these challenges



a masculine card or papercraft project



Through the Craftroom Door

Hope your Monday has got off to a great start.

Heading off for a meeting for work soon.

Have a great week. Thanks for all your lovely comments.




19 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Tom…

  1. That’s the best part of cardmaking – the ability to personalize cards for special people! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS(E) This Sketch this week!

  2. How great for a 10-year old – bold arrows, a “HB2U” sentiment and even a “10”! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  3. Super cool! I’m digging the arrows and that sentiment is perfect for the age. Thanks for playing with the Dynamic Duos.

  4. What a perfect card for a boy! Love the arrow strips with the sentiment in between – fab! Thanks for playing along with Dynamic Duos this week!

  5. super fun birthday card and definitely a great colour choice – different but perfect! Thanks for joining in this months Stamp Spot challenge.

  6. Lovely card with stamping, I think orange is great! Such a fun colour!

    Thanks so much for joining the Masculine Challenge at The Stamp Spot. I hope you can join our Feminine Challenge next month!

  7. Awesome card for a 10year old boy – yes loving the orange. Thanks for joining us this month over at The Stamp Spot, Cheers Michelle.

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