You know I don't do papercraft, right? Well, I did venture into the deep dark depths of papercrafting and made a card!
Fair enough, I only dipped my little toe into the massive ocean that seems to be papercraft, I mean - just how many types of cards can you make. Don't bother answering, I know it is loads.
So, this card was for my lovely Hubster who graduated last week at UCLAN with a Certificate of Education.
Now, when I say "I made a card" you would be allowed to translate that into "I assembled a card" as what I really did was buy a pack of card toppers from Hobbycraft, and a single blank card with envelope. (I am not planning to make any more, so a single one was just fine!)
Then I peeled off the backing on the sticky dots at the back of each sticker, and stuck them in place. Clever huh?
I did write the "Congratulations" on it, which had to be the most arty/crafty thing I had done on this particular project. I find that if your hand writing looks a bit pants, as mine did, add little dots to the ends of the letters and it make it magically better.
I felt that Hubster had put so much work into his qualification that I should make a bit of effort to mark the occasion. He seemed to be quite chuffed with his little card, probably because in 15 years it is the first card I have ever given him :) (Maybe I bought him one on our wedding day.)
Safe to say, I won't be pursuing the art of papercraft :)