Our Luke celebrated his 5th birthday last week. I had made him a paper pieced card but then decided to use the pattern I'd found for a Spider-man card. He's crazy about Spider-man and all those Avengers. He really liked this card and that made me happy!
Spider-man is copyrighted by MARVEL. I found the pattern for him here. Natasha did a wonderful job of using Stampin' Up! punches for him. Her pattern was very easy to follow.
The spider web on the top was a lucky find from the clearance shelf at a local craft store. When I asked how much it was, it rang up at 1¢. It was my lucky day! The spider web on the white is embossed with my Stampin' Up! folder.
I'll take this over to Pixie's Playground, since I used only snippets for the design on this card. It's a 5" x 7" card so the base wasn't a snippet but everything else was.
Seize the Birthday challenge this week is to make a masculine card using this sketch.
I'll be Lesley didn't envision Spider Man as any shape. Hopefully they won't kick me out!
All supplies are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted
Stamps: Wacky Wishes, Spider Web (Hero Arts Cling)
Ink: Whisper White, Pacific Point
Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Real Red, Pacific Point, Basic Black
Other: Big Shot, Spider Web EF, Punches (Extra Large Oval, Full Heart, 1 3/8" Circle, Word Window, Modern Label, Retired Small Oval,), Decorative Label Punch, Tiny Spider Punch (Studio G)
I'll leave you with a shot of our little Hero himself.
I hope you are enjoying your weekend and that you get some time to stamp.