I had a request from a customer to make a birthday card with an apron for a favorite waitress who always gives them such great service. How sweet to think of gifting a waitress with a birthday card huh?! I did a search on Google for an apron card and found this. I made my own version using the free template they offered.
I cut the pattern out from cardstock and adhered some PTI dsp on top. The card opens from the top BTW, so there is a place to put the sentiment inside. I used coordinating PTI dsp for the apron pocket and row of flowers that were cut with a small flower punch. I cut out 2 butterflies from the dsp for the apron string fasteners. I used a piece of Scor-tape to adhere the apron strings, gathering slightly in the center to fit the curve of the card. For the pocket I wanted to insert something to resemble the pads waitresses use to take orders, so I found a small scrap of pale green cardstock in my bin and drew some lines on it with turquoise and sage markers. I used a SU! set for sentiments, using the HB2U one, and stamped 2 of them. I turned one upsidedown to show the cake, and the other shows the opposite side for the HB2U. Those were cut with a ticket stub punch. I added a tiny bit of stickles to the candle flames and the decorative border on the cake and you can click the photo to see those details. I sponged around the outside with Ranger antique linen ink for a little interest. I hope my customer is pleased, and I hope the waitress she gives it to will enjoy it as well. I had fun creating this one :)
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