It's Your Day!


I hope you enjoyed all of the projects I made for the Stamp of Approval release.   If you didn't purchase a box yet, you better hurry.  There's only about 10% left!!!

Just because release week has ended, that doesn't mean I don't have more cards to share.  Like I said the other day, I'm on a mission to make more "boy" cards.   It's been so nice to have a bunch on hand for my kids to choose from for birthday parties and I'm actually starting to enjoy this type of card making.  It's a bit different from what I usually make (flowers, flowers and more flowers) and it's a good challenge for me to come up with things that boys will like.  Here I did some double stenciling with Distress inks, then filled in some of the spaces with a stamped image.  When I think boy cards, I think simple, less is definitely more.  They like cool techniques and graphic images.  So that's what I tried to achieve here.  I'm a bit obsessed with the chalkboard technique lately (just scroll down one page of my blog and that will become very apparent ;) so bare with me!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies
Stamps:  Young at Heart Collection (SOA)
Ink:  White Pigment Ink (WPlus9)
Paper:  White (SU) Black (WPlus9)
Accessories:  Stitched Circles (Lil' Inker Designs)

4 comments:

Marianne said...

I noticed this card in the project PDF that I received yesterday and I absolutely love it. Cannot wait for my box to arrive, but I'm afraid I will need a little patience, since I'm located in Greece.

Kristie Goulet said...

I LOVE this card so much! I was inspired to CASE the background with the stencil and candle stamp to create a shaker card. :) Will be sharing soon.

Sharon Jones said...

Wow, Maureen, definitely CASEworthy!! Love that background choice and the chalkboard look too! Yep, guys are much more simple than girls are, right? Teehee!

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