This card was created with the “Wisteria Wishes” stamp set. I was needing a thank you card for my neighbor and I know that she loves “Blue Bonnets”. Basically, I turned the image for the hanging flowers upside down to create some “Blue Bonnets” for this card. I also used “Starry Sky” which is one of the NEW “In Colors”. The “Starry Sky” layer is embossed with the “Hive 3D Embossing Folder”. The stems and flowers were stamped on a white “Scalloped Contours” die which also pierces the card stock as it cuts the shape. I created the “Thank You” label using the “Lovely Labels” and “Banners Pick A Punches”. A small piece of 1/8″ Metallic Woven Ribbon was knotted and then frayed on the ends before attaching to the greeting label with a mini glue dot. This was a super simple card, but looks stunning in real life.
This is my second card using the “He’s All That” bundle. Again I used Sahara Sand and Early Espresso for this card because of the colors in the “He’s the Man” DSP. For texture, I used the “Timeworn Type 3D Embossing Folder. The two die cuts are from the “All That” Dies that coordinate with the “He’s All That” stamp set. What is awesome about these dies is that they add a raised/embossed edge to several of the shapes in this set of dies! To finish this card, I took the “Black and White Gingham Ribbon” and colored the white part with my “Light Crumb Cake Stampin’ Blends” and then added three of the “Matte Black Dots”. Using the “He’s All That” bundle made it easy to create a super simple masculine card!
Here’s my first creation with the He’s All That Bundle. I made this card for my hubby’s birthday the end of May. We’ve had a busy past two weeks as we traveled back to the east coast. We spent a week at the beach in Fenwick, DE with Chris’s family. Since rental cars were priced so crazy, we decided to drive. Just returned yesterday and I’m up to my ears in laundry today!
Decided to post this birthday card today since it would have been my Dad’s 92nd birthday. Sadly he passed the end of 2018. The “He’s The Man” DSP reminds me of my dad since many of the images are of the outdoors and cars (he was such a car enthusiast!). This DSP is printed in such a way that it appears to have “texture”. I used Sahara Sand and Early Espresso colors to coordinate with the DSP. The image was stamped and then die cut and this particular die adds an embossed edge to the cut out shape. To finish the card, I added a knotted bow of Early Espresso Faux Suede Trim and a few of the NEW Rustic Metallic Adhesive Dots. The He’s All That Bundle makes creating masculine cards super easy!