Thursday, 27 September 2012

IBSIC #28.......... A Sketch.

Hi there, it's Thursday again and I'm back with this week's Inspired by Stamping Inspiration Challenge, which is this fabulous sketch.


My little brother is 40 years old today so I used this sketch to make his card, like I always say, I'm not good at masculine cards so the sketch was a great basis to get me started.


The Happy Birthday stamp is from the new set Fancy Sentiments, I used Tammy Hobbs technique of using the words separately without having to cut your stamps, you can see how to do it here. I also stamped the cotton tape with a postmark from the Vintage Postcard set.

Supplies
Stamps- Fancy SentimentsFancy AlphabetVintage Postcards.
Papers- Tim Holtz.
Pretties- buttons, twine, SU cotton tape.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll join in the fun this week.

xxxxDebxxxx

11 comments:

Sue Butler said...

I'm loving the card. I had a phase of card making a few years ago but was nowhere near as good as you are. He will be thrilled!

Joanna M. said...

Gorgeous Guy Card! Happy Birthday to your brother! I too love Tammy's technique on those sentiments! Hugs, Joanna

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!! I loveeeeeeeeeeee the frame and the buttons!!!!

Ros Crawford said...

Great card for your brother ... I'm sure he'll love it

Ira Huberts said...

A perfect card for your brother Deb, such great masculine design, so he must love this! Ira x
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Kepanie said...

Great job!

Linda R said...

Your masculine card looks great.. Well done my friend.

Hugs~

Martha H. said...

Love your Guy Card - Happy Birthday to your brother!

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful birthday card!!

Lynnda said...

Great Card Deb... hugs...xoxo

~Tammy~ said...

Well, it sure was the week of the guy cards huh! Funny how we were all on the same wave length. This is gorgeous in a "masculine" kind of way! :-)))) You do them so well. I struggle so much.

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