I hope you are having a fantastic weekend – we are sunny and in the 90’s with humidity right around 80%, feels a bit muggy but I’ll take it over snow anyday.
In the sport section of our newspaper they do a flashback to what happened 10 years ago and 25 years ago on that date. To my surprise, I saw my son’s name detailing one of his high school baseball games where he hit a home run. I’m not sure where those 10 years went any that got me reminiscing about his boyhood days.
Isn’t this a great stamp from LOTV to use when making a card for a boy? Some of the kids’ favorite toys have been the large boxes their gifts have come in – not the toy itself!
I’m using the sketch for this week’s challenge at Sketch ‘N Stash. I used several different papers from the Marjolaine line from BasicGrey. For some reason, I thought it would be fun to try some stitching for this project. I used to sew a lot years ago but I can see there is a technique to sewing with paper – I’m definitely going to need to practice a bit more to get this down. I resorted to faux stitching on the photo mat.
I’m not entire happy with how this card turned out but the cute image makes up for lack of sewing skills. I do think the screw brads give the card a bit more of a masculine feel. I’m glad you stopped by – I hope you’ll stop back again soon! Dee