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Just a quick post today. I wanted to share a masculine birthday card I made over the week end.




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Challenges:


Supplies:

  • Stamp: Clocks & Watches digital stamp set from Sarah Paris on mygrafico.com
  • Papers & CS: CTMH Sweet Home paper pack, PTI Rustic White CS, SU Chocolate Chip CS
  • Inks: CTMH Indian Corn Blue
  • Tools: Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: PTI button twine, misc. buttons, Sakura metallic pen
  • Sentiment is computer generated

Comments

jaimie said…
Hi Cheryl,

I love this card, the text is just the truth and the center of the card, great!

Groetjes, jaimie
chris said…
Hi Cheryl, love tyhe card, and love the sentiment.how true!
Karin said…
Great colors and I love the pocket watch with the sentiment :)
KymKreates said…
Your project is marvelous! Thanks for joining us this week at Digi Doodle Shop's Best Anything Goes! Good luck and hope to see you again next time!

KymKreates
DT Coordinator
CreaRenata said…
Great masculine card! Thanks for sharing at Stamp Something.

Hugs,
Renata
Kathy said…
What a great manly card, love that sentiment, how true!
Dragonlady said…
Hi Cheryl

Lovely card and great sentiment. Thanks for playing at Aud SEntiments.

Hugs Ali x
Cheryl, this is such a great card, the colors are so deep and rich, perfect for that masculine card.
Audrey said…
Another beautiful card! I love that sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments and don't forget to enter in our new monthly drawing going on right now.
1CardCreator said…
Wow this card really pops! I love the shading you did on the edges, adds so much to the overall effect. ~Diane
Great masculine card! Definitely a sentiment I believe 100%. Age is only a # !!!!
Maria
Julie said…
Great design for the card. You used one of my favorite sentiments too. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments
wow cheryl! i love this! simple, elegant and gets the message across in a few words. fabulous!

hugs :)
Marlene said…
Simple, elegant & masculine! Love it!
Kim P said…
Very nice use of textures!
KER said…
colors are so nice together...great design...and the sentiment is so true
Cool patterned paper. I like the clock image with your sentiment.
Annika said…
That is SO cool! Such a gorgeous tasteful design, absolutely nothing is overdone or underdone. AQnd it could just as easily be given to a woman as well - timeless card with a time piece on it :)
Hugs
Annika
Thistleblue said…
Hey there Cheryl, love your card The colours are fab and the sentiment is brilliant!
thanks for joining us this week for the Ellephantastic challenge!
hugs
Michelle
Elle DT
xx
Sue C said…
Great male card Cheryl, thanks for joining us at ABC Challenge. Sue C x
Lilacanglia said…
what a super male card, love it,
Thanks for joining us at Ellephantastic this week,
Hope to see you again next week,
Hugs
Angie
Ellephantastic DT
Great male card Cheryl. Love the clock
Thank you for joining the Ellephantastic Challenge this week.
Good luck!!
Hugs
Helen x
angelwhispers said…
Love the card and the sentiment is just fab!!

Thanks for joining us over at Anything Goes this week Love Chanelle xx
jo said…
Adorable! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at DDSB! :)

-JoAnn:)
http://joboogie.typepad.com

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