Hi everyone! Corri here today to share with you three cards that I made using the “That’s My Boy” Collection. When I am working on a card design, I always find inspiration in the paper. For my first card, I loved the navy blue football field so I just trimmed that area out using my paper trimmer. I cut a piece of the sports themed paper to fit my A2 card base and applied the “field” at a slight angle. I finished off this simple card with three stickers from the collection and a button threaded with some burlap string and tied in a bow.
Game Plan Pattern Paper
You Rock Pattern Paper
This rocket paper is my favorite pattern in the collection so I knew right away I wanted to use it on a card. I trimmed a piece to fit my A2 card base and then cut a strip of the navy paper about 2-1/2” wide to place on the left side of the mat. I used my Cameo to cut a label shape to create a background for the rocket and star stickers from the collection. Foam dots behind both the rocket sticker and the shaped label add some dimension to the card. I used the UR from the alpha sheet and the awesome tag to create my sentiment. Finally, I added three small flag stickers in the upper right corner and a button threaded with burlap string in the lower left corner.
For my last card, I just had to make a gamer card. This would be perfect for my son (or any of his friends). I cut the game controller (design id # 24922) from the Silhouette Store from the yellow side of the Controllers paper.
Download the Game Controller shape HERE!
I trimmed a flag shape to go behind the die cut and added some twine and stickers from the collection.
Numbers Pattern Paper
My Boy Pattern Paper
Controller Die cut (#24922)
A collection kit is a great way to stretch your supplies. With 12 double-sided papers to choose from, you'll have plenty of paper and stickers to create as many cards or layouts as you need. This is a great way to mass-produce lots of cards.