My Mom's 62nd birthday was coming up, and I wanted to make her card using the young girl. I had some of the Echo Park, For the Record collection left over from a kit club, that was just perfect for this project.
I used my Spellbinder's die to cut and emboss the oval backing for my shape. I then trimmed one edge of my border strip with a punch. I inked everything with a bit of distress inks. The silhouette is pop dotted for some added dimension. The ribbon was also a leftover piece from the kit.
The saying on the front was typed in Word, printed, then punched with an EK Success tag punch.
We are a family who jokes around a lot, so the sentiment on the inside is appropriate for us. While the front says, Remember when..., the inside reads: Really?! You can remember that long ago?. It suites my Mom perfectly.