February 6, 2014

CCMC289

Hi Everyone! Today is Thursday and that means a brand new challenge at Create with Connie & Mary! Sketch Challenges are always my favorite and this one was really neat to play with:


I decided to go masculine this week with my card:


I added various images from multiple stamp sets on this one and dirtied it up a little. I started with the embossing on the card base using the Arrows Embossing Folder on Crumb Cake Cardstock. I then added a strip of Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon diagonal around the card base.

I added two layers of cardstock using the Deco Labels Framelits Dies for the conglomeration of layers using Bermuda Bay and Whisper White Cardstocks. I glued the banners on the cardstock first before I cut it so that the banners would carry the shape of the framelit:


I have some stamping from the Peachy Keen and the Off The Grid Stamp Sets in Early Espresso Ink. I also used the ink with a Blender Pen to add some dirtiness to it here and there.

The Naturals Button and Candy dots work well to keep this card masculine but also adding a little bit of bling at the same time:


Make sure you visit Create with Connie & Mary to see lots more inspiration this week. Here is a listing of all my Stampin' Up! supplies:
  • Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Bermuda Bay, Whisper White, Early Espresso
  • Inks: Early Espresso
  • Stamps: Off The Grid, Peachy Keen
  • Accessories: Taffeta Ribbon, Candy Dots, Naturals Buttons, Baker's Twine
  • Tools: Big Shot Machine, Arrows Embossing Folder, Deco Labels Framelits Dies, Decorative Label Punch, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals, Blender Pen, Banners Framelits Dies, Sticky Strip
 
 
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6 comments:

  1. What a fun masculine card! Love what you did with the framelits and punches! The grid stamp looks great, too!

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  2. LOL! Debbie, we seem to use the same sets for these challenges a lot! Great minds think alike! I like your color combo and the wood button gives a great masculine feel. Very nice!

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  3. Wonderful...we all so need masculine card designs. This is really great - at first glance I saw a bit of a tuxedo...love the bits of grid along the signs...wonderful....!

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  4. What a super masculine card! Great choice of elements and colors to bring it all together!

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  5. I love how you used the Deco Label for the focal point - adds a unique touch of visual interest!

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  6. Fantastic card! You are so creative...using the Deco Labels as the focal point looks really cool!

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