This card is actually made for a friend to give to HER friend’s 2 year old son’s birthday. Did that connection make sense? Unfortunately I somehow forgot to take a picture of that card so my friend ended up taking a picture of a photo….at least it gets the whole card 😦

Its actually a slide out card, the top photo shows the card closed. It was great because the little boy gets called “Kam” for short at home so it made sense! I had actually drawn the car by hand along with the wheels, windows etc on colored cardstock then cut them out and attach them together. The driver is a stamp from a random set I had laying around. I’ve made a slit on the outside piece of the sliding card so that the car would move when you pull the inside piece out. Not too shappy huh?? The alphabet was a foam sticker kit that I bought from Michaels as it was on sale for $5 for a whole canister full, I think there may have been 500 pieces?? Maybe more. Good purchase tho 🙂


The picture is a little dim from the lighting I had.  But I think it covers all the details 🙂

The Squirrel and the Fox – Things with Wheels
LEJ Designs – Happy Birthday
There She Goes – TSG176

6 thoughts on “Kam-eron

  1. A lovely card hun – I’m betting Kam loved it! Smiles.

    Thank you so very much for joining us at The Squirrel & The Fox for our Things With Wheels Challenge.

    Krafty Karen – DT.

  2. Fabulous boy birthday card. I have never made a slide out card but I may have too after seeing this. I bet he(Kam) loved that aspect of the card, most boys would!
    Thank you so much for sharing this with us at LEJ Designs. Please come back next week.

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