I am so excited to show you this card today using
the SU Apron of Love and Bottles and Bubbles Bundles.
It just makes me happy! I used the sentiments from SU Guy Greetings.
I saw this card done by Handmade by Irene with a grill so I got pinspired to make my own!
I tried e-ver-y-thing possible to make that bottom part of the grill that keeps the tripod together. Everything looked goofy- the small oval punch, small circles, small ovals…it was just driving me crazy! In the end, the right piece was right in front of my nose! I just die cut the rolling pin, cut it, and pushed it together!
I used the 1-1/2″ circle punch to make the upper part of the grill.
I just keep thinking it looks like Pac Man…lol.
I did the inside two different ways…
The grass die comes from the Picnic Basket Builder Framelits,
it’s a great way to finish of the inside of the card, don’t you think?
I was challenged to make a card using supplies given to me by my upline last month for an online event. If I recall correctly, I was given card bases of Night of Navy and Very Vanilla cardstock, a panel of Tranquil Tide Cardstock, various 3″ x 4″ pieces of True Gentleman Designer Series Paper, some Linen Thread and a button. We were to use stamped images from our SU Truly Tailored stamp set on our card.
I have to admit….I did not do it in the time frame,
and did not use the Linen Thread and button but…
I did get it done!!!
I made a gift card holder as my project.
I just folded back the front of the card (in half at 2-3/4″) and trimmed off the end 1″ of the flap
before I adhered it just on the top and bottom so the gift card could slip in.
Super easy to do and used the DSP in a nice coordinated way…what do you think?
I really love the colors in this DSP especially the bold ones I chose on this card.
I love creating masculine cards! When I saw the SU In the Meadow stamp set- I knew I had to have it! I am sure you all peruse Pinterest as I do when I get a new stamp. I came across this card and liked how Lisa used circles to highlight the images and used the Work of Art stamp set to “color” the images of the trees and deer.
I modified my card by creating a mountainous background, adding an Early Espresso border on the deer image, embellishing it with Burlap and a candy dot, and using the SU Guy Greetings on the bottom of the card. My stamping classes chose between the Happy Father’s Day greeting or the Happy Birthday Greeting. We even conserved paper by cutting our circles (2″ and 2 1/2″) out of the Very Vanilla border on the front that is covered by the Crumb Cake card stock the mountains and greeting are stamped on:) Thankfully, both stamp sets are sticking around!
I used Soft Suede ink for the mountains, trees, deer, and greeting on the card. I stamped off once and then stamped the colors Tip Top Taupe and Wild Wasabi on the stamped images on the circles. The second stamp on the images was stamped again with that same “stamped off” ink so it was essentially stamped off twice.
I saw this t-shirt at Walmart for $4.98 last week, and bought it as a joke for my dear hubby. His famous line is…”Welcome to the Gun Show” as he flexes his muscles at our two grown-up 6 foot plus sons…LOL.
So, when I peered at one of my favorite stamp sets, SU Guy Greetings, and spied the muscleman, I thought “PERFECT” for his t-shirt.
I used the new SU Guy Greetings stamp set with Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, and Very Vanilla cardstock. I die cut my letters with the Little Letters Thinlits and then dry embossed them with the retired SU Lattice folder. I admit I took a little liberty with the sketch but was inspired by Nicole’s CAS sketch. Who doesn’t still say this when they need to screw/unscrew something or turn on/off the garden hose?