Friday, June 19, 2015

Card Making-Grandson Style!

Today's post will feature the background and card that my four year old grandson made for his Mom. This came about because the bouquet of wild Russian Lilacs he picked for his Mom died and withered and he was very upset when Grandma threw them in the trash. So to appease him we had him make a card for his Mom with flowers that won't wilt and that she can enjoy every day.

First he made the background for his card. It had to dry overnight so we finished it the next day. His tools to use for it were water colors.

And here is the finished product after he added all the various elements to the card design.

The painted background was added to a blue card stock base. Then he added the flowers with Grandma's help. Grandma also had to add the ribbon bow for him. Once this was done the finishing touch was to add some gold glitter to each corner of the card. Voila! A beautiful card for his Mom.

Well, have a great weekend everyone. We thank you for stopping by.

God bless,
Grandma Verna and Mathius


Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Your grandson is a budding artist - his mom will be smiling getting this card!

Judy Woodland said...

Oh my goodness, we have a budding artist here!!! And the acorn doesn't fall far from the tree, does it. His card is amazing, and you can tell him so. Thank you for sharing!!! Warms my heart!

Barbara said...

What a sweet story and now your grandson has an everlasting bouquet of roses for his Mom. So glad that you showed us this card and told the story about a wonderful time that you shared with your grandson. He will always remember.

Kathy Krug said...

Love this story and how you were able to cajole him make something special for his mother. The background works so well with the pretty flowers. You are a great grandmother and given him a special memory.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Can't beat flowers that won't die! Awesome job there little one!

Darnell said...

As another lucky grandma who is blessed to be able to make cards with her grandsons, I totally loved this post, Verna! Great job to Mathius! He must have been pleased as punch to give his pretty handmade card to his mom!! Hugs, Darnell

Peanut said...

Fabulous job! Talent runs in the family for sure.
xxx Asha

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