Sunday, June 12, 2011

Mojo Monday-194



Hi! To begin with, I'm taking a color challenge on this card and would like to focus on Father's Day. I wanted to use a designer paper that would hold blues, greens and browns but I didn't really find any. I'm sure that the NEW SU! Idea Book Catalog will have tons of new designs and colors but I'm starting off with my own :)

I used my 3/4" square punch and the 1/2" circle punch on the design using the following colors:
- Baja Breeze
- Old Olive
- Certainly Celery
- Tempting Turquoise
- Soft Suede
- Concord Crush
- Marina Mist

Then, used the Chocolate Chip Brown for the 4-1/4" x 11" cardstock and scored at 5-1/2" with 5/8" Satin Ribbon. For the Whisper White scallop at the bottom, I just used (4) 1" circle punch.

For the tag, I used the 1-3/8" Circle Punch on Whisper White CS and 1-3/4" circle Punch on Certainly Celery CS with a Certainly Celery Grosgain Ribbon.

You may use any stamp for this card, but I used the "Naturally Serif" sizzlits decorative strip die for my "DAD" and used the "Hodgepodge Happiness" stamp set :)
Cool, huh!

I hope you enjoyed my post today and I'll see you again on my next project!


Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Please visit my blog and my Stampin Up Website! Have a nice day!

6 comments:

Totem said...

I like your original take on the sketch. Cool.

Carol said...

Really great card - very masculine but change the colors, and it becomes feminine or for a child. Great idea - it's sooooo hard to pick out DSP at this point! Love your new masthead! Nice to see something from you again.

Jayne said...

Awesome masculine card :o)

R. Little said...

I so love this card! I hope my dad does too...hehe.

Bridget Martinelli said...

I love it.. simple.. and colorful.. you always come up with some cool things.. glad to hear from you..

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is so cool! Love the circles and squares together... such a clever concept for a masculine card. Thanks for playing Mojo Monday!

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