Its been a busy weekend! Saturday, we celebrated my son's 29th birthday. I made dinner for my son and his wife (they are expecting twins next March) and for my daughter, her husband and my two granddaughters. My granddaughters stayed the night and all day today, they kept me very busy! It was an unseasonably warm and beautiful November Sunday, so we were able to go to the park.
Now that they are asleep, I want to post this card that I made for my son's birthday. His actual birthday is November 22. I've always been proud of my son, but recently there's been some excitement about a project he's been working on. The game Tony Hawk's RIDE was released last Tuesday. My son was one of the programmers for this game. He also created, the controller for the game which is a wheelless skateboard with electronic sensors in it. So, with this in mind, I created this card.
I used Everyday Paper dolls Cricut cartridge to create the controller and the skater, to look like my son. The large screen TV was hand cut. I used Wild Cards Cartridge for the Happy Birthday greeting, and Pooh Font for his name.
The inside was cut using Jasmine shadow feature for "enjoy the" and RIDE was cut using Pooh Font.
Hope you had a great day, David! And I hope the game is a BIG success!
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