Posts Tagged "masculine"
This is a card that made me step out of my comfort zone. First of all, I don’t play golf – oh, wait! I kind of do – on the Wii! LOL! And second of all, I don’t use washi tape on my cards. No, it’s not because I don’t have washi tape, I do – it’s just that the rolls of tape I have are too pretty for a card I have in mind, so… they sit there in a box.
Yin and yang – that’s what I thought after rereading Publication and Rejection and one of the comments (thanks, DJ!). This is one of my rejected projects from Paper Crafts Magazine. The deadline was last March and one of the categories was for nautical themed cards. The round window was done with a Cricut, but the boat was cut free hand from little scraps from my stash. I really like the “waves” which are simply quilled strips of printer paper (not perfectly done, but I like them anyway, lol). The sentiment was printed using American Classic Extra Bold font. The card base is from Coredinations and the rest are Colorbok scraps.
After making several gift bags with a floral theme, one of my daughters said, “Make a guy one, Mom, and make it blue!” I replied, “Are we talking about a gift bag, or are we talking about the movie with the blue people?” LOLs…Well, I remember that Laurie Furnell had some gorgeous masculine graphics released in the May PCHugclub, and I also have some coordinating cardstock, so I said, “Sure, why not?” So, here’s what I came up with:
… and here are the step-by step instructions with pics: