Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Enjoy the Ride

Blue, birthday and buttons sounds like a good excuse to make a man's card.  Of course if you want to join the Cooking It Up with Katie challenge 99 you don't have to make a masculine card, just use blue.  I just need to be poked to make masculine cards.  This card could have been sent to a woman until I stamped "birthday boy" in the license plate area.  So, if you need to be poked, then make a masculine card.

Here's the deets:
stamp - Papertrey Ink "Enjoy the Ride"
ink - Memento "Tuxedo Black"
paper - Stampin' Up "Crumb Cake" cs, "Pawsitively Prints" (striped paper)and "Patterns Pack II" (girds) dsp
miscellaneous - Papertrey Ink coordinating die for "Enjoy the Ride"; mini brads; buttons; machine stitching

Here's the challenges:
Cooking It Up with Katie #99 - Make a Birthday Card with Blue Buttons
Sisterhood of Stampers - Let's Hear It for the Boys
Top Tip Tuesday - One for the Men
Crafts and Me #92 - Stitching

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  1. Oh I adore your perfect stitching on these perfect layers. Gorgeous use of the stamps and brads...Thanks for playing along with The Sisterhood of Crafters' "Let's Hear It For The Boys" Challenge!

  2. What a great idea to use the license plate to make the card even more masculine! The stitching on your card is superb. I couldn't draw a stick figure straight, much less sew that wonderfully. Great twist to turn this masculine. :)

    Thank you so much for playing along with us at Top Tip Tuesday!
    Remember you can enter up to 3 projects and 3 tips.
    Have a great one!
    Lisa xx

  3. gorgeous card chris.i love your design and stitching and really fab image.
    Thanks for joining in my stitching challenge this week at Crafts and Me :D

    xx coops xx

  4. Thanks for joining us at Crafts and Me this week with this fabulous card. Hugs...Mona


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