Lego Card

Hi there

As promised here is an amazing card I cased from the very talented Marelle Taylor.

Friends of ours eldest son celebrated his 6th birthday yesterday so this design was perfect.
I was really pleased with how it turned out.  I don't have the Itty Bitty Punch so used the largest circle from the Owl Punch.  I made my bottom two blocks slightly longer than Marelle's as my circles are were a bit bigger (4 x 2.5cm & 5 x 2.5cm). The stamp is from Bring on the Cake and is perfect as you can customise the card for the age of the recipient - no matter how old they are!  Marelle used Big Top Birthday DSP which I think may just have made it onto my wish list.

For the gift I've used the Petal Cone Die with Window Sheets to create this cool box.
I've filled it with lollies - which didn't last long once opened!  This idea came from Nelia Harper.  Glue Dots were used to secure the bottom flaps shut.

This was such a fun project to make and well received by the birthday boy - I'm sure I'll be making these again.

Card Stock - Pacific Point, Real Red, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White
Ink - Pacific Point, Real Red, Daffodil Delight
DSP - Brights Patterns DSP Stack (Real Red)
Other - White Gel Pen, Dimensionals, Crimper

Card Stock - Real Red
DSP - Brights Patterns DSP Stack (Pacific Point & Daffodil Delight)
Other - Petal Cone Die, Window Sheets, Real Red 1/4" Grossgrain Ribbon, Glue Dots

Have a great week.

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