Saturday, January 24, 2009

Fatz Invites


My middle niece will be turning 10 years old in a few days. Here name is Justiss but I call her Fatz because when she was born her belly was bigger than her entire body. I promise it looks like here belly weighed 15 pounds by itself. Fatz wanted to make her our invitations this year instead of her mom purchasing them. So on Wednesday evening Fatz, Candace (her mom) and I went into design mode. I thought a pocket card would be nice and something different and from there all of us helped design Fatz invites. I used a retired simply scrapping kit for the designer paper but she loved that fact that the paper was polka dots and pink. Pink is Fatz color.

Card Recipe:
Stamp Set: Party Hearty
Cardstock: Retired Simply Scrapping Kit, Regal Rose, Pink Pirouette, White and Kiwi Kiss
Ink: Regal Rose
Accessories: Scallop Punch,Circle Punch, and Circle Ice Rhinestones
Technique: Masking and Embossing

Thanks for stopping by and looking at our family creation for Fatz

Tai

7 comments:

Stephanie said...

What a good aunt! I am sure that your niece totally adores you!

and the invites are great for a 10 yr. old party!! :-)

Grams and Mom said...

Fatz's design is simply teriffic. Ms. Fatz Pink. I really liked the way the polka dots and colored meshed together and it is so personal for her at soon to be 10 to personalize her Birthday Invitations.

THUMBS UP!

Grams and Mom

jazzystamper said...

How adorable. These are a great idea for a birthday invite. Bet she was tickled pink!!

Mindy Ussery said...

Sorry I have been MIA for so long.... glad to be back to the blogs!!!!


Perfect invites for a ten year old. Love her color/paper chpoice. They look great w/ the stamp set.

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Neat card! What a fun invite!

Twila said...

What a great card invite! YOur niece has got a very nice aunt.

Kirsten said...

I am sure that your niece will really enjoy the cards. I just wanted to let you know that I left you a blog award on my blog (http://imstampinsilly.blogspot.com/). Keep up the good work!

Kirsten Brown