How to personalize a card
A few days ago we had a request by L. to make a birthday card. In order to make the perfect card for the occasion, we asked him to give us some information about the person that he wanted to sent the card to. He told us that the recipient is a female and she loves theater! So we made a card that is perfect for her!
We chose a pattern paper with sophisticated colors and cut a panel that was slightly smaller than the card base. Then we hand-cut out of a solid wine-red paper two masks and sketched a happy and a sad face with a white gel pen. We die-cut the “Happy Birthday” sentiment from black cardstock to match the background paper and the ribbons of the masks. We popped them on to some foam adhesive on top of a velum paper circle. This way the focal point of the card, could stand out a little bit better. We finished the card by sketching some dash line with a white gel pen to add a bit more definition.
And that’s it! The card is ready and completely personalized for the recipient!