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Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Massimo's homework


This is card that Massimo sent in this time. Although you might think he copied mine, I hadn't shown him mine.
I asked him what he wanted to do and he said it was going to be blue. So i gave him blue distress inks. Weathered wood for snow; tumbled glass, stormy sky, faded jeans and chipped sapphire for sky. He loves the magic of the reveal when he lifts the moon mask. He thinks it's magic and squeals every time.
The stamps are in cobalt blue archival ink.
Once he'd finished he got all upset as he said it looked like winter and he wanted Christmas. I couldn't console him and he didn't believe me when I said Christmas came in winter. If you ask him now he'll say it's not true!
Finally I managed to convince him to ome and put some glitter on the snow and then he thought it looked better. He didn't want a sentiment on though. So I left it like he wanted it.
You should have seen his little face when barb showed it on TV!


Hope it gives you same pleasure to see as it does me when I see his creations. Thanks for stopping by, Theresa xx

9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card - you certainly have one talented little boy there Theresa mmmm wonder where he gets it from lol xx

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  2. ooooooohhhhhh I can very well imagine him doing it, and then getting all upset, and then all happy again with the outcome. Massi, I'd like one for Xmas please so that I can keep it on my desk all year round!! XXXXX

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  3. Well done Massimo, I think it is amazing, definitely looks Christmas to me.

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  4. Beautiful, simply beautiful - I'd be happy to have a Christmas card like that

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  5. Beautiful, simply beautiful - I'd be happy to have a Christmas card like that

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  6. Great card Massimo. It's a beautiful Christmas scene.

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  7. This one is just brilliant. Well done Massimo. X

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  8. I am just starting out and was blown away when I saw this card on the TV made by a 5 year old! He is one talented boy! I am encouraging my young son to start getting involved with making cards, whilst I am learning.

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