My oldest grand daughter will be 13 this month and I made her this card. She is growing up and is now taller than I am. She is a crafty person and loves making all sorts of things. She is currently doing a lot of hand sewing - little stuffies and badges mostly. Her large card features a fun pennant piece of scrapbook paper which I cut into two pieces and mounted the other piece with the orange and yellow polka dots pattern showing. My sister has made a donation to me of some of her beautiful double sided paper!!!!!! I created a fun embellishment to cover the joint using a border punch (SU). It punches a scalloped edge and eyelet holes. I trimmed out the middle section between some of the holes and laced some blue satin ribbon through. I mounted my background to a green card and then added my embellishment with double sided tape. I added three little chevrons on the right hand side which I punched from a scrap because the punch faces upward and I wanted them facing downward. Glued them in place using glue stick. I printed the greeting large and watercoloured it to coordinate with the background. I added some glitter using a clear glitter pen. She loves glitter!! I ran my tracing wheel along each edge before I mounted it to my card front using 3D foam tape. The "Happy Birthday" greeting is from Craft Starters. They have some fun images. I downloaded some Kawaii images and printed them off to include in the card!!