Monday, April 9, 2018

Handmade STEM Card for Girls

I plan to send this card to my granddaughter who will be celebrating her 15th birthday in a couple of weeks.

I think this is an excellent design to celebrate young ladies who are pursuing the subjects of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). 

I am using this as a birthday card but it could be used for any occasion.

This is how I made the card:
I started with a blank 5" by 6.5" card made from kraft cardstock.

The background cardstock is from the Tim Holtz Wallflower paper pack. I also used this paper for the flowers and vines.

I used the digital image "Fairy Harrietta" from Mo's Digital Pencil. This image features a girl wearing a t-shirt with the symbol of an atom on it. She is waving a magic wand and has a lovely smile on her face. The following quotation is displayed at the top of the card;
Magic's just science that we don't understand yet. ~ Arthur C. Clarke
I colored the image with Copic sketch markers. I used some red sequins to embellish the card.

 I used the Sizzix die "Frame & Sculpted Flower" to make the paper flowers.
I used Spellbinders dies "Romantic Vines" to make the leaves and vines.

I entered this card in the following challenges:
Always Fun Challenge #53 - Anything Goes
Artistic Inspirations Challenge #197 - Anything Goes
Color Inspiration Monthly Link Up 33
Crafting from the Heart Challenge #201
Make My Monday Challenge #68 - Things With Wings
Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenge #1814
Path of Positivity Challenge #58
Scrapbook Stamp Society Challenge #138

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