Granddaughter’s card creation

My 11 year old granddaughter is here with us for the week attending Senior Space Commander Camp before she heads back to school next Monday. She wanted to make a card for her brother who starts high school the following week. She said I could share her creation that she made last night. So here it is.

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She used the new Mint Macaroon In-Color for her base, Blackberry Bliss for the 2nd layer and stamped the Congrat-you-lations stamp from “Bravo” stamp set in Calypso Coral. And then added some retired washi tape to hold the greeting to the front of the card. She punched a Blackberry Bliss star for the middle and Gold stars down the side. What do you think? I was impressed with her idea and creation. Now, we’re wondering what her 14 year old brother will think.

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4 Responses to Granddaughter’s card creation

  1. Vanessa says:

    Oh how fun, Janice! Glad she had time to create with you. I’m happy you are up and running your blog, congrats on your first month. be well -Vanessa

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    • JB Stamper says:

      Thanks Vanessa! I’m still learning but having so much fun with it! Now I just to start creating more cards and projects to share! Wish you were closer so we could craft together!

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  2. Deepa M. says:

    Your granddaughter did an amazing job!! Looks like a demo-in-training 🙂

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    • JB Stamper says:

      Thanks Deepa! I tried earlier in the week to get her to make a card and she just wanted to play her video games. But that night, she decided she wanted to make her brother a card. It was fun working with her to get what she wanted to make it!

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