|Studio Calico Sunday Sketch|
This card was created with my husband in mind and for the current Studio Calico Sunday Sketch challenge
, the Cas-ual Fridays Masculine with Designer Paper challenge
and the Lawnscaping Embossing challenge
. All these challenges offer great inspiration. The sketch looked so fun and I couldn't wait to try using it. I loved how the paper was placed at slight angles. Creating a masculine themed card is a real challenge for me. I tend to make cards that are more appealing to women. As for the embossing, I don't use this technique nearly enough...so the challenge was on! I pulled out my Echo Park "This & That" paper pad and found paper with these wonderful ruler images. My husband enjoys wood crafting so this paper is perfect for him. I cut the paper into strips, matted the individual strips on white cardstock and positioned them on the turquoise mat that I dry embossed with a wood grain pattern (with my Fiskar's texture plates and stylus). I added dimensional adhesive behind a few of the ruler strips as well. I cut out three circles for the center, the smallest from the same embossed turquoise, the next largest from white cardstock and the largest from a brown cardstock. Around the white circle I added lines and numbers to continue the "measurement" theme. I also added the lines around the outside edge of the white card. I used brads that look like screw heads and cut the sentiment from brown cardstock that I used on the outer circle. Inside the card I wrote: " Today, you rule!"
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How clever...love the sentiment paired up with the variety of rulers! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
Fantastic card!!! Thank you for playing with us at Lawnscaping :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous card! I love your patterned paper and those brads are awesome! I have been eyeing those myself ;) Thanks for playing along this week at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
What a fantastic card!!!! Love all the patterned paper and texture! Thank you so much for joining us at Lawnscaping!ReplyDelete