Monday, 24 March 2008

Monkey Business

It's Kyle's 12th birthday on Friday and seeing as we already got him a laptop for his birthday a few weeks ago, when his other one finally went kaput, he has nothing to actually open on the day. As a treat this year he asked if we could all go to "Go Ape" in Delamere Forest so I booked it and told him that they were fully booked and we couldn't possibly get in until at least the May holidays so this will be a complete surprise for him on Friday.


I've done a bit of Hybridizing with the Goin' Bananas kit at Nitwit Collections (thanks to SuzyB) which I knew would be perfect for this. My printer even got some new ink too, about time really as the same cartridges have been sat in it for nearly 2 years now! I can now print out the Hybrid cards I have dabbled with and never actually done anything with.

The printers getting a right work out today. I made this using a Magnolia stamp which I coloured to look like the Liverpool away kit. The football papers are from the Nitwit Collection "Kickin' It" as is the round stamp thingy it had a football in which I digitally removed and changed into a 12.

6 comments:

SuzyB said...

How gorgeous are those kits?? Ive spent a fortune there now, bad news for my bank account.

Gorgeous cards, and he'll be so chuffed with his surprise x

Scott Booker said...

That will be a GREAT surprise!!!

And I love the cards!! Wish I were that talented!!

Kate said...

Love the monkey card, will have to check out the kits. Thanks for the get well message, i'm back and trying to catch-up.

Sue Nicholson said...

Go Ape is supposed to be such fun. Any good for a 15 year old boy?

Also try printing your "paper designs" on to textured card and also vellum for different looks. Textured card can look really effective :-)

Sue :-)

Di said...

Oh Rach, just love your hybrid cards. Brilliant stuff. Looking good. Hope the birthday treats went well.

Mima said...

Those cards are great, espcially love the go ape one, I am working my way back up the blog, so can't wait to hear how it went!