My Dad's birthday was October 30th. For those that didn't know, here in the Northeast we got WALLOPED with an early Winter storm on October 29th, complete with 18 inches of snow, and no electricity for 5 days. We dug out to get out and wish Dad a Happy Birthday, and it was an ADVENTURE to say the least!!
My parents were at my brother's house, my brother had gone and 'rescued' them earlier in the day. Just trying to get to my brother's house, which is usually a 5 minute drive (IF I get stuck at the light) took us 20+, because we had to go around the long way due to downed trees. We finally got to his neighborhood, and had to re-route a few times there, as there were 2 telephone poles that the tops were snapped off and were hanging in the middle of the road by the power lines (EEK!)
ANYWAY -- we FINALLY got to my brother's house, and got to sing Happy Birthday to my Dad :).
Here's his card:
I took the photo with my phone, as it was very last minute. The '65' is actually a 'ribbon' that's tucked behind the 'Ad Sense' die cut and sentiment. I put a basic grey magnet on it, and 'pinned' it to his shirt.
I took a piece of kraft CS and ran it through my Cuttlebug with the woodgrain impression plate from Papertrey, and then rubbed my Dark Chocolate ink pad all over it, to bring out the embossing.
And there you have it...Happy Birthday Dad! Wishing you many more :)
All supplies Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted
Stamps: Ad Sense
Ink: Aqua Mist, Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise, Dark Chocolate
Paper: Kraft, Pure Poppy, Hawaiian Shores, Summer Sunrise
Accessories: Delightful Doilies Dies, Limitless Layers 1.75" dies, By the Numbers dies, Woodgrain impression plate, Hawaiian Shores ribbon, basic grey magnet