Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Little Star

My grandson just completed his first year of baseball and received a little trophy for it.  He is so proud of it so I thought I would make him a card and send it to him.

I made it as an easel card so he can stand it up next to his trophy.  I have only made a few easel cards but after I made one a few weeks ago for his little sister,  it was fun.  So now I will  send both of them .  The kids  were here yesterday and we had a blast walking in the woods, having a hot dog roast, playing on the swing set.
Just in case you did not see the easel card I made for my granddaughter, here it is:
I just wanted to show you this card because in the post  where I showcased this card, I mentioned how red her hair is.  Here is a photo that my husband took yesterday to show you the color.

And here is a pic of these two goofy kids: 

Now back to the baseball card.  I used a digital by Zenware.  Sentiment by Verve.  Cut out stars with Verve die cut. And the three blue stars are eyelets.  Yes, I do get those out every once in awhile. Card base is Kraft.

A Blog Named Hero - CAS
Kraft Journal - red, white, blue
Craft Your Passion - child play
Crafty Creations - Keep it simple
Verve - stars and/or stripes


  1. Oh my goodness, both cards are just too cute! Thank you for sharing your adorable work with us at The Kraft Journal!

  2. sweet cards, but even sweeter photos, ooh my, darlin! So glad you took the Verve Diva Dare!

    enjoy *~*

  3. Awwww these are so cute!! Thanks for sharing with us at Craft Your Passion!

  4. What a perfect card for a young t-ball player :) Thanks for taking this month's Diva Dare :)

  5. Great cards!!! Your grandkids are so cute and I am sure they loved them. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Crafty Creations. I hope you get to join us again real soon.

  6. Your grandkids are adorable!!! Love the baseball easel card!! (Still love the red headed girl, too!)