Puperoni Weirdough

The challenge at Sisterhood of Crafters is to make a card for kids.

Kid’s Cards

In general I don’t make cards for kids because I have none of my own and no nieces or nephews either. That said I do have a few adult friends who would chuckle at this card. The set is from SSS and was a gift that came with my order. This is the first time I’ve inked it even though I’ve had it for some time. Starting with the white card base I added the pizza image randomly along with the hats and words and coloured them a little. I did the pup separately and fussy cut. Also did the same thing with the party hat. Glued the two together and popped up onto card front. Stamped the two word stamps, cut into the shape you see and used a copic marker to ink the edges. Added a few random tiny hearts to finish. I quite like the result.

12 thoughts on “Puperoni Weirdough

  1. Thanks Jan. My last card for today and in a minute shall be dog walking and then watch a tv program. Glad you like it.


  2. Glad you like it Lisa. I have already decided on who will relieve this when his birthday arrives in June.


    1. Can you make your own? We keep a few pizza shells in the freezer and Derek often makes one for a lunch or for a casual lazy supper. If you have any flat bread you can make a pizza using it if you are careful with the oven temperatures. Glad you like the card.


  3. This is awesome, Johanna. Definitely will bring a chuckle to anyone receiving it. The pizza background is awesome; I thought it was patterned paper. Love this.

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  4. It is a cute stamp set and I have no idea why I’ve never inked it until now. I’m glad you like the result here.


  5. Glad it made you smile – we need as many of those as we can get during these troubled times. Thanks goodness for crafting!


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