For a moment, I thought about re-using my love truck digi, but I think I'd create a project very similar to the one I've done for an Alphabet challenge almost a year ago. Instead, I opted for a piece of patterned paper I've bought a couple of years ago. I'd usually never get something like this for myself, but I thought it might come handy for a masculine project, even for a kid. And since I'm not that good with crafts for boys, I like to have a sortiment of "boys stuff" to use if needed.
Since the motif of vehicles is literally all over the place, I decided to just cut a piece that would fit onto a plain white card base. No sentiment, no embellishments. I'm not sure whether it counts as a CAS design since the paper itself is quite playful, but I don't really feel like the card needs anything else at the moment.
There is, however, place for a short sentiment at the top or bottom of the card, should it be needed. I can easily imagine a small "Happy birthday" as the card seems perfect for a guy's birthday. The pictures are a bit dark unfortunately. In reality, the paper is a rather bright golden/orange, and the vehicles stand out nicely in their specific colours.
- krafty chicks: any occasion
- love to craft: ATG
- pennys papertake: ATG
- male room: for a teenager
- through the craftroom door: ATG