Friday, 20 September 2019

Daring Card Makers Challenge - Numbers

It's time for a new Daring Card Makers challenge and I am the host this week and my theme is


I've made a Birthday card for my eldest son who turned 16 last week and I used some really old Polkadoodles papers (from Pretty Tuff cd) that I found in my stash and used a large die cut alphabet to spell out the word sixteen.

I layered the letters onto kraft card and then cut out some stars with my X Cut die from scraps of card I found in my stash.

Good luck with the challenge!  I'd like to enter the following:

Crafting With An Attitude:  Anything Goes
Cute Card Thursday:  Die Cuts
Seize The Birthday:  Birthday and a Number
Watercooler Wednesday:  Masculine


  1. Fabulous card for a 16 year old! the colors and the number spelled out is fantastic! Thank you for sharing this at Seize the Birthday!

  2. I'm sure your son loved this very special card!! It is beautifully cut and decorated! A stunning design! Thanks so much for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week!

  3. I enjoyed your challenge. Numbers are especially great for male cards, I think.
    The idea you had with the letters "linked" by the stars is so clever! I like your "card idea" a lot!

  4. This is really fantastic! What a great card and milestone for a 16 year old! Love all of the stars around the letters! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at Cute Card Thursday Challenges! HUGS, *Vicki* (DT)

  5. Great card for your son! Thanks for playing along at Seize The Birthday :)

  6. Love teh galaxy of stars to link up the letters - fab card Ruth!


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