We officially have a teenager among us! My oldest granddaughter turns 13 years old today. We went to Fuddrucker’s to celebrate last night, since Grandpa had a work thing to go to.
And here Jocelyn is with her sister Gianna, and brother, Anthony. I got all kinds of groans because I wanted to take this photo.
This is the birthday card I made for Jocelyn. It features the Pocket of Sunshine, Daisy Delight, and Buffalo Check stamp sets. Also used the matching Pocket Framelits, & Daisy Punch.
I used the Stamparatus to stamp the Buffalo Check background in Memento Black onto Blueberry Bushel cardstock. I also stamped part of the envelope with the Buffalo Check and another piece of the Blueberry Bushel so I could die cut the glasses (for the inside), the pocket and the numbers. The numbers are retired, but so glad I didn’t get rid of them. I felt like I was getting ready to “sew” the pocket onto the shirt. Notice how I matched up the plaid?
I used the Everyday Label Punch for the “tag” on the shirt. You can see below how I did that. Both pairs of sunglasses I “winked” the lenses with Wink of Stella. Then I stamped the Daisy twice and layered them together. I fussy cut the leaves and used my Stampin’ Write Marker to go around the edges, no more white showing.
We put a Starbucks Gift card into the pocket. Wednesday I am taking Jocelyn out for lunch (just the two of us, no brother & sister) and then birthday shopping. I do this every year. They love that only the two of us go to lunch and shopping together. That way they can pick out whatever they want. No take backs.
5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Blueberry Bushel cardstock, scored at 4 1/4″ front stamped with the Buffalo Check
3 3/4″ x 5″ Whisper White for the inside of the card
4 ” x 5 1/2″ Blueberry Bushel cardstock, also stamped with the Buffalo Check
Scrap of Whisper White
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