One of my husband's good friend's wife had a birthday in February. I first met Fran through my husband, who was friends with her husband through a working relationship. After retirement, this couple graciously invited us to go out camping with them and taught us how to "clam" for Razor Clams on our Washington beaches. These were fun and enjoyable times and her birthday afforded me the opportunity to wish her well on her special day by making her a card.
One of my Stampin' Up stamps from a set from SAB 2013 had remained in its box, and I really wanted to see what I could do with it. It depicts the interesting red phone booths that you would find in London on a visit to the British Isles. I am wondering if this English version of a phone booth is still as plentiful as they once were or if they, too, have disappeared as ours have in the United States for lack of use with the advent of common place personal cell phone usage. I hope Fran enjoyed her card and had a happy birthday!
Recipe: Size–5-1/4” x 5-3/4.” SU Stamp: Feeling Sentimental (2013 SAB)/phone booth. SU cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy. Pattern: MME/American Made–Petticoat Plaid/ Celebration Banner. Copic white cardstock. SU Basic Black Embossing powder. Copics markers: R46/ R29. SU Inks: Midnight Muse, Cherry Cobbler (sponging/distressing). Uni-ball Signo Gel Pen (windows/ very lightly)WRMK Deco Corner punch. Dies: Lifestyles 3/4” circle. Spellbinders Pinking Circles SM/ LG. Computer-made sentiment. SU Adhesive pearls (B99 Copic color). 3M foam tape, 3M tape runner. Hot glue. Stash: 5/8” Navy/ Red stitch ribbon; Pocket watch brad.