Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Masculine birthday card

Quick card today.  I wanted to use a new stencil I have from Create a Smile.  I also wanted to make a masculine birthday card, and I had my Distress ink blending tool already on my desk, so that determined how I would use the stencil (because I was in a lazy mood).  A white embossed sentiment from Hero Arts onto a scrap of black cardstock, and I'm done!

Now this is most definitely a CAS card, but there's not a heap of white space.  It is also most definitely not "distressed", but I did use Distress Ink, so I'll be sharing this over at Virginia's View.  I'll also be submitting this to Just Us Girls, who have an Anything Goes challenge.
http://justusgirlschallenge.blogspot.com.au/2014/11/just-us-girls-269-wild-card.htmlhttp://virginiasviewchallenge.blogspot.com.au/2014/12/virginias-view-challenge-10-guest.html
Thanks for visiting :)

4 comments:

  1. Love this stencil!!! Super generic card for anyone and any age! Thanks for playing along with the girls and I at JUGS this week, we sure do appreciate it!

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  2. Gorgeous monochromatic design!! Love the gradient of blue with the stars, Michelle! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “All Things Distressed” Challenge!

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  3. Michelle, love your card, it's fabulous! I should try light blue background and a black banner, love this combination!

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  4. Gorgeous Michelle. So effective!

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