When a person turns 100, one tends to think of someone who is slightly frail, maybe hard of hearing and certainly with diminishing vision. Not so with Ted Perkins! He still plays a mean game of golf, drives and reads without glasses and bought himself the latest Mercedes Benz on the market for his 100th birthday! Now if that is not an example of positive living, I don't know. We have all been inspired by this sprightly 'young' man with his wicked sense of humour. He deserved a special card.
As with the previous post, I used the Sizzix Accordion Flip 3-D Die as well as the corresponding Sizzix Frame & Label, Bracket Die.
For this card I cut four pieces and attached the sides as per the easy instructions on Youtube by Karen Burniston.
I basically used Tim Holtz dies, embossing folders and embellishments for all the decorations.
|Undecorated pieces attached|
|Inside (the second page has a condensed history of major events of 1914)|
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