My boys are going to a birthday party about every other weekend, and for quite awhile I've been looking for a quick, yet personalized, boy birthday card that could be reproduced easily.
Usually I have my son draw a picture for the outside of the card and then sign the inside. But as a card-maker, I always felt a little guilty for not making something a little bit more involved. The Silhouette was my answer. I wouldn't mind spending time designing something if I knew it could be easily altered, cut and assembled as needed.
This card is the result. It's a double-negative die-cut birthday card. The "9th" is cut out of the purple, "happy birthday nathan!" is cut out of the light blue, and it's all mounted on dark purple. For the next 10 birthdays, I can just change the name on the cut file, and cut out another set. I still had Logan draw a picture for the birthday boy, but we mounted it on the inside this time.
If you're interested, here's the Silhouette cut file for this card.
Sharing this with the Moxie Fab Challenge to emphasize the negative.
Thanks for looking!