Monday, July 10, 2017

FCCB Challenge #305-Birthdays

 Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!



Challenge #305-Birthdays
Make a project about anything to do with birthdays.


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And the prize is-



To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!


Here is my project-




I just love shaped cards that are perfect for an individuals passions. This card is for my father-in-law who loves movies, and always talks about the drive-ins and the shenanagins that went on during the movie! Here's the material list:
  1. Cricut: Drive In Marqee (Nifty Fifties), circle and square (I could have made this a lot smaller!) welded to card front and back, Cricut Design Space for sentiment (written with black Cricut Pen). I did each marquee line seperately with text boxes (.2 inches high). Cut each text line about 2" longer on each side of the writing, then trimmed to fit marquee box. I cut a white base to match the black base on the front for the inside of the card.
  2. Paper: Neenah White Solar Bright, grey, black cardstock (Recollections), silver cardstock (Tim Holtz Kraft base Metals), remainder out of scrap stash.
Thanks for visiting, and have a great day!

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6 comments:

Lagene said...

Awesome! This takes me back to High School and the drivein movies!

scrapqueen141 said...

Love this card, so so cute! Blessings, Jamie FCCB DT

Karla Yungwirth said...

This is so fun! I love the vintage look of this card and the way you personalized it!!

Cynthia said...

Great card! I love shaped cards. It sounds like you made the perfect card for your father-in-law!

Cynthia, DT Member

Dorlene Durham said...

This is one of my favorite cartridges. I love the shaped card! It's so fun! DT Member

Penny Light said...

I love this cut from Nifties Fifties, but I thought it to be a lot of work to put together. It's beautifully done, Michelle!