So I’ve been a little MIA lately, life have been a little crazy, and by a little I mean a lot. I have not been able to do too much in the craft room so I decided to post a card I made last year for Father’s Day. I had someone need a special farm themed card so this is what I came up with.
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Ever since Karen Burniston came out with the fun Surprise Ball pop up there have been so many fun animal cards. I have a friend who asked if I could make her a Long Horned Cow so I thought that this would be the perfect opportunity to try my hand at a double surprise pop up animal. I thought he was lonely so I made him some friends 🐑🐓🐐🐖🐎
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So this week Crazy4Challenges challenge is a different one, apparently its national Fried Chicken 🍗 day in the U.S (who new) so this weeks challenge is to create a card with a bird on it. Well, I have a chicken 🐓 and all his barnyard friends. This card was also made as a request, I had a family friend who asked if I could make a birthday card for her grandson, I believe her words were “Can you make a birthday card for my almost-three-year-old grandson, maybe a farm theme” What my crazy craft brain heard was “I need a farm card with every farm animal you have, make sure ist big, bright, multicoloured, with balloons, streamers and party hats……. oh and don’t forget the cupcakes.” My son actually told me I was insane 🤪hahaha
I made a Party Animal Card a while back that is a little smaller.
I’ve got a quick pair of Thank you cards Today. I was asked to make a couple of Thank you cards for 4H, one of the cows was a tan cow and one of the cows was a black cow, and since I have the KB Brownie the Cow die set I was able to make one of each colour.