Wednesday 30 January 2013

Worlds Greatest Husband Birthday Card............using Stampin'Up Collage Curio's.

Hi, I'm back today with a masculine card which is as rare as hen's teeth for me. My sister as asked me to make her husband a card for his birthday. The new Stampin'Up Spring/Summer catalogue is out on Saturday and I'm loving the new Soda Pop Tops with the coordinating stamp set.

The bottle tops are very easy to flatten, I used my Big Shot without tab 1 and 2, with the rim face up, use an old plate as it does dig into the plastic and marks it.
Using the SU Collage Curio's, I stamped the text circle in Crumb Cake then stamped the vintage frame in Chocolate Chip, lastly stamping the hot air balloon in Midnight Muse. I  punched out the stamped image using the 2.5cm circle punch, it fits perfectly inside the bottle top. Once the image was in the top, I  covered it with SU Crystal Effects, giving a nice glossy, raised look to it.

I used this week's sketch from Mojo Monday.

Stamps- SU Collage Curio's, SU For my Family, SU World's Greatest.
Papers- SU First Edition, SU Natural Composition, SU Fan Fair.
Other- Soda Pop Tops, Paper Piecing Pack, Hearts a Flutter Framelit Dies, Crystal Effects.


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS!!! I loveeeeeeeeeee those colors and love love love that metal embellie with the balloon!!!!

Ros Crawford said...

Wow!! This is a superb card! Perfect for a guy ... love it Deb!

Evelyn said...

You are such a talent!

Unknown said...

That is indeed a perfect masculine card Deb, love the banner and bottle top, gorgeous!! Ira x

Unknown said...

A perfect masculine card. I LOVE It.


Sue Lelli said...

LOVE the colors and the soda pop top! Great masculine card! Deb!

Stella said...

ONe of the best masculine cards I've ever seen. Pinned it on my inspiration board:)

Stefanie said...

Love the classic, vintage vibe.

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