The Hubby took a picture of the birthday card I made for him. So I thought I might as well post it too. It was a really last minute thing, created in the wee hours of the morning while my boys slept. I had bought a metal and leather frame in Takashimaya, Singapore for the Hubby and wanted to create something to put in it. Because the frame I had bought was not a shadow box frame (Shadow Box: a frame that is about 1 1/2" thick and allows space for 3-D embellishments) I was restricted to flat embellishments. Ribbons and stickers. But I could not resist using new epoxy alphabets I had bought from Shabby Chic. By Brenda Walton for K-ology (K&Company) they are really small and I think pretty versatile. A good buy for only $9.90. Just so you know, I went back to Shabby Chic and bought myself a second pack for keeping.
Materials: Textured Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper; Patterned Paper: Karen Foster; Ribbons: American Crafts; Photo Corners: Chatterbox; Sticker: Sticko by EK Success; Epoxy Alphabet: Brenda Walton for K-ology, K&Company; Date Stamp: Heidi Swapp for Advantus; Ink: Kaleidacolor by Tsukineko.