I didn't realize it had been over a week since I had entered a blog post. I guess summer is in full swing at our house, and all the activities have cut into my stamping time. That's ok, though, I wouldn't want it any other way!
My husband's step-grandmother is turning 90 in a few days, and I wanted to make a funny 'old' card for her. I have made a couple of these in the past, and they are really fun for those 'landmark' birthdays. I got my idea from jpardoe's card on SCS seen here.
A few tips if you 'char' your edges. Make sure the ink is dry before you do any more distressing, or just make sure you don't touch your card with your inky fingers. Lots of smudges can happen during this step.
Stamps - roughing it, GKD you know you're old when...
Paper - GKD PL white, brushed silver, cool caribbean, yoyo yellow
Ink - Memento black, real red, more mustard, choc chip
Accessories - small and large oval punches, liquid applique, heat tool, sponges
I am hopeful I will be able to post again before the week is done. Have a great summer day and thanks for stopping by!