I made this card for my granddaughter Kaylin's birthday. The flower stamp is from Inkadinkado Clear stamps. The flower on the brown cardstock was inked with a versamark pad and the pink flower I used a stampin Up craft ink spot Regal Rose for the pink flower and then I cut out two flowers and used a big brad to attach to the card. I also used diamond glaze for the little raised spots on the flowers.
This Birthday Clipboard is from a class that I taught. This is a fun project to make. It is also a great way to remember all those birthdays you don't want to forget! I had to use stickers for this example, but I would prefer to use stamps. I used the SU Journal stamp for the lines on the cards. I added ribbon with fancy paper clips and I attached those with a brad. The 3 pockets are folded 12 x 8 cardstock which are layered on top of each other and wrapped around to the back of the clipboard. Before you wrap and layer add the torn paper to the tops of the pockets. I think I inked almost everything. I used Sizzlets for the Birthday lettering.
This is a very inexpensive way to store your ribbons. Also it's a handy way to have them out where you can see them at a glance. I got this idea from another company. They wanted their plastic tab holder for $24 and I thought there has to be a way to do this that does not cost that much. I found these embroider tab holders at Michael's for $1.25 you get about 25, I think. and the rings are from Wal-mart for about $2.00. Way cheap! I put extra holes in the tabs so I can thread the ribbon through. This will help so the ribbon does not slip out easy. Works great.
I have lived in California all my life.
I have been married to my childhood sweetheart for 32 years. We have 5 great kids and 11 wonderful grandchildren. My hobbies are scrapbooking and paper crafts of all kinds.