On to the card! Another one I'm happy with (YAH!). Our friend/neighbor Peg celebrated her 50th birthday on Saturday night. A few friends went in on a gift together and ordered her an iPod Nano. The new ones are coming out in October - so we didn't have the actual iPod to give her - so my hubby gave me a great idea to make an iPod card!
Here's what I came up with!
Obviously I attempted to recreate an iPod. I layered papers to simulate the screen. Then I stamped and cut out a Hero Arts apple. I used my circle punch to punch out the side of the apple and masked off part of the apple with a post it and sponged on black soot Distress Ink.
I used a PTI sentiment and part of an arrow stamp for the reverse/play/forward keys at the bottom.
For the ear buds, I taped some thick twin to the front of the card and then cut four 7/8" circles. I dotted them with a marker to make the 'speakers' then cut a part of them off and glued them together.
For the inside - I printed off what the really one will look like and made that into a tag. I stamped some music notes and used my Lawn Fawn letters for "It's on the way!"
And close up of other side:
This was another fun creation and I know Peg will appreciate the time and effort!