4.02.2012

FTTC163–Birthday Wishes!

 

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Hello and happy Tuesday everyone~

It is time for another Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge (FTTC163)!! There are some changes for the FTTC team members. We welcome a new member, Amanda Havon!! Her elegant style always inspires me and I am so excited with her joining! For today’s challenge, the new challenge coordinator, Beate is challenging us to create a *birthday* card. Please visit Flourishes blog for more information about the challenge.

 

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I need some birthday cards for guys so I decided to create a masculine birthday card for the challenge. I used What A Catch set. The image was stamped on classic white cardstock with Memento tuxedo black and colored with Copic markers. The image mat was sponged with Distress Ink milled lavender and dusty concord using Ink Blending tool and Foam. The card was created with Bo Bunny Serenity paper and colored cardstock. I used some Martha Stewart decorative punches to crate the scalloped frame and border. The purple frame was also dry embossed with Sizzix embossing folder. For the sentiment, I stamped “Happy BIRTHDAY” from Tag Lines set and “TO A REEL GREAT GUY” from What A Catch set on the mat that was created with Spellbinders Grommet Tags die. The mat was sponged with DI tea dye and embellished with the purple rhinestones.

 

 

 

Be sure to check out other FOF’s creations too!

  • Amanda Havon
  • Beate Johns
  • Cindy Haffner
  • Heather Jensen
  • Mona Pendleton
  • Silke Ledlow
  • Kazan Clark (April Guest Designer)
  • Geri Utterback (April Guest Designer) 

     

     

    Stamps: What A Catch, Tag Lines (Flourishes)
    Paper: classic white cardstock (Flourishes), designer papers (Bo Bunny) 
    Ink: Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko), Distress Ink milled lavender, dusty concord, tye dye (Ranger), Copic markers 
    Accessories: rhinestones 
    Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities label 18, big scalloped oval small, Shapabilities grommet tags die, MS PATP sets, Sizzix embossing folder

     

     

     

    Thank you for stopping by.

    Maki

  • 15 comments:

    flourishes said...

    Great card. I alwas struggle with masculine for this is one is will use in the future. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Jan Marie
    Flourishes

    Mona L. Pendleton said...

    Oh my Makiko! What a fabulous masculine card! Love the lavender shaded border!

    Beate said...

    Maki, I LOVE that you created a masculine birthday card. Like Jan Marie, I struggle with those. Yours looks amazing.
    Hugs and smiles

    Kazan Clark said...

    I love the way you colored this image and the effect of water in the patterned paper - too clever :)
    Hugs
    Kazan

    Amanda said...

    Maki, I am always inspired by your papers and colors, you truly are an artist! I am not good at masculine cards at all, but you have really inspired me to try them again :)
    Thank you, Maki ;)

    Cindy Haffner said...

    Oh WOW Maki, I love your card!!~

    Becky said...

    What a fabulous He-man card..Gorgeous colors and coloring.

    redwasher1 said...

    Awesome card Maki!!! I just got this set and this is great inspiration!!!!

    Queen Mary said...

    Beautiful card -- in a very macho kind of way! I love the new copic sets and your coloring is beautiful!

    Patti J said...

    What fun - love that you made a masculine card! Very beatuifully done, and so clever! Thanks for sharing :)

    The Rubber Maid said...

    Great male card and I'm sure I'll have to do a bit of a steal on your idea. Awesome! Pat

    Silke Ledlow said...

    So cool and awesome Maki! I love your masculine birthday card! Hugs ~S~

    Carole said...

    Sooo beautiful Maki, absolutely stunning!

    Yogi said...

    what an interesting card. Love the fishing images. The background cardstock really works with this theme.

    Greta said...

    Great, clever card!

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