Wednesday, September 2, 2015
A birthday card idea that works for either a man or a woman
I whipped up this card just because I felt like coloring. As I was working away, listening to the radio, caught up in the 'coloring zone' I realized I haven't changed all that much – I liked to color as a kid, I like to color as an adult (and I've really gotten good at staying in the lines!). Since I don't have this card in mind for anyone particular, I decided to make it an androgynous model that would work for either a man or woman. It isn't as overtly masculine as this goler's card, but I think it will go.
The Birdie Told Me digital stamp is from Bugaboo Digi Stamps. What a great stamp this is; you can use it for any occasion! I decided to make it a birthday card. I used the free Sandscript BTN font for the inside sentiment. The digital paper is from the Chelsie digital paper pack by Sassy Designs.
My design uses the Stella Says Sketch 312 from the Catch the Bug Challenge.
Paper – cardstock, Chelsie digital paper pack by Sassy Designs.
Digital stamp – Birdie Told Me digital stamp from Bugaboo Digi Stamps
Color – Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Dies – Die-namics circle stax and photo corners, Artemio scalloped circle die
Embellishments – button, ribbon
I'm linking up with: Crafting by Designs September – Anything Goes, Creative Moments #76 – Anything Goes/Use a Sentiment, Inspiration Destination #49 – Anything Goes, Ruby's Rainbow Challenge #112 – It's a Man's World and Shopping Our Stash #217 – Put a Bird On It.