Saturday, June 20, 2009

Oakland A's Inspired Hybrid Thank You Cards

A good friend from our school's PTA asked me to make some thank you cards for her son's T-Ball coaches. The team is named after the Bay Area Oakland A's baseball team.

These cards have some hybrid elements. I printed the Oakland's A's logo and trimmed out the "A".

I found that SU! Summer Sun and Garden Green cardstock is a good match for the Oakland A's colors. The grass is not cardstock; I bought it at the last rubber stamping convention I attended. The baseballs are stickers that I mounted onto chipboard.

A few days before I found a great deal on white Thickers (Hat Box design) at Big Lots. Using this thread on Two Peas in a Bucket, I found that the Hat Box design of Thickers is a very close match to the Machine Script font. I printed the personalized text onto Summer Sun cardstock.

Card Ingredients
Paper: Garden Green, Summer Sun (SU!)
Tools: corner rounder (Fiskars), computer, Microsoft Word
Other: Thickers (American Crafts), linen thread (SU!), plastic grass, baseball stickers, chipboard circles, foam tape


Ashley Cannon Newell said...

Great designs!

Ann said...

These are awesome, Anthonette!

tg said...

adorable cards!

claudia shadler said...

oh my cute cute! Love the grass effect you got going on the card, such fun and bright colors! I bet the coaches will like them! Very creative!

Happy Sun
Clouds :D

Lisa Brown said...

So precious! Love these!

Kerry said...

wow, these are publishing worthy!! LOVE THEM!! :)