I have got a fun, but nerdy shape card for you today! I created the shape using Robotz and my Gypsy to weld all those 1's and 0's together. For those of you who don't speak binary (which would also be me - I had to look these up), the top number is an "H" and the bottom one is a "B." The numbers are 2" tall and welded together using the shadow feature. I then cut them all again using the shadow feature at 1 3/4" and the regular feature, also at 1 3/4." I used Once Upon a Princess for the balloons, I just hid their faces on my Gypsy. I stamped my sentiments, which are from Scrappy Moms Stamps on some banners that I cut and added some bling on the "happy" one. I used a lot of pop-dots to layer all the pieces onto the card. All the patterned paper (10 different patterns!) came from the Celebration Stack by DCWV.
I made this card for my brother. He is a self-proclaimed nerd/geek. At Christmas he wanted a welcome mat that spelled out welcome in binary. That gave me the idea to make his birthday card in binary. The only problem is that spelling out the whole word would take up a lot of space, so I limited it to the letters "H" and "B." Hope you enjoy this one!
I made this card for the following challenges:
My Craft Spot: shaped birthday card
365 Cards: 10 different patterned papers