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Hedge Delivery Card

Hi Everyone! I hope you are enjoying the end of summer. We have been savoring these last few days, taking extra trips to the park and playing outside.

My son just turned three and is so super proud of his new scooter. I'm proud of him because he made it through his first week of preschool. He is such a fun little guy.

Last weekend I had an awesome class with Julie Eborsole. She is one of my all time favorites and I feel so lucky every time I am able to take one of her classes. I took advantage of my class discount and picked up some new fun supplies. This new punch is my favorite.

Now on to the card...For the main image I stamped Hedge Delivery and colored it with Copics. I used Glossy Accents on the balloon and gift then inked in some clouds. The sentiment from Salutations was stamped on my new punch and then mounted on two Basic Grey buttons.





Comments

Kathy said…
Ashley this card is a feast for the eyes! Love the layering and use of the buttons. Nice coloring too. Have a great weekend! Hugs,Kathy
Alice said…
awww... LOVE this super cute image!!! love love love your sweet card, Ashley!!! beautiful soft colors!! your boy is adorable!! love that cute photo!! =)
Lin said…
What an adorable card! Love that image! And your little guy is adorable, too; that's such a fun age, isn't it?
Virginia L. said…
I LOVE LOVE this happy post! Your little guy is so SWEET (got to make a scrapbooking page for that!). The use of yellow buttons is ingenious (Looks like part of the ballons!!). Love this! Have a FAB weekend, Ashley!
Sarah J Moerman said…
Aww...what a cutie your son is! Your card too. SO many great details!
Barb said…
Hi Ashley! Great idea to mount the sentiment on the buttons! I love that sweet image and the way you colored it! Your son is just adorable! I love how big he's smiling! Such a wonderful age! Enjoy!
donna mikasa said…
What a fun card! Love those PB hedgies and your little man is too cute! Three is fun!
Vanessa said…
Beautiful card, Ashley and your little guy is adorable!!
Tiffany Ervin said…
Aww...what a cutie of a card and your son as well! Love the photo of him enjoying the time outside! Pre-school days are so much fun!

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