Monday, 20 January 2014

More text-talk for Keep it simple! #31

Here's a peak at the birthday card I made for my nephew back in October.

I CASE'd it from one I found on Paper Smooches' Flickr site. (Sorry! Can't read the watermark to give full credit). The original card had a game-controller as the image in the central panel. Much more appropriate for a 16 year old! I made do with what I had--thought it looked pretty cool; he is an awesome drummer and loves jazz. But we had to tell him what a cassette tape was...

Anyway, I though it'd be perfect to link up with Keep It Simple!'s present challenge: TEXT.
A head-on view:
The words were fun to doodle on!

Make sure to check out Keep It Simple's challenge blog!

And don't forget to check out THIS POST for a chance at some blog candy!
Happy crafting,

Cardstock in white daisy, pear--CTMH
Ink in black, pear--CTMH and Memento Tuxedo black
Paper Smooches' stamp sets: Digits, Slang Gang, Beboppin'
Copic Markers


  1. Too fun, made me chuckle that you had to tell him what a cassette was!

  2. This card is just so fun! I love the sentiments in the border, but your story makes me feel old....I KNOW what this is!!!

  3. I love it, I love it, I love it!!!! My daughter is such a music nerd and she fell in love with your card! I will be be cas'ing you on this one. Just so fun.

  4. Yeah, this is so cool for sure, Caroline!

  5. OMG!! This is supper FUN!! I LOVE the colors and the FUN Frame you created with all the slang words!! WELL DONE!! THANKS for sharing and have a Zfabulous Week!! ;)


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