Monday, November 22, 2010

Happy Monday!

Good Monday Morning Everyone! Today marks the beginning of a new challenge over at Paper Therapy. This weeks challenge is to make a project for a boy or man. I have to say, I really struggle with these kind of projects. I always want to add a ribbon, glitter or something sparkly. :) This is what I came up with:

No cricut was used in this project! I know! It shocked me too. :) I ran the green background layer through my cuttlebug and then ran some distress ink over the top. The ovals were cut from Nestabilities and layered on top of each other. If you are up for the challenge, come on over to Paper Therapy. We would love to have you join us! Thanks so much for stopping by and taking a look. I really appreciate it!

Card Stock--Brown (coredinations), Kraft (SU!), Green & Blue (unknown)
Stamp--Whimsy Greetings (TPC Studio)
Ink--Black Staz-On and Tea Dye Distress Ink
Cuttlebug--Swiss Dots Embossing folder & Classic Large Ovals (Nestabilities)
Irock--Glam Rocks Mirror (Imaginisce)
Misc.--Brown Sharpie and DMC Floss


Luv Scrapping Together said...

Great guy card! I have to agree they are one of the hardest for me to make.

Nicki said...

Great card Stacey! It's perfect for a guy! I like how you layered all the ovals! The colors are yummy too.

Anonymous said...

yay!! It's so nice to see you use your nesties!! Don't they look great? Love the distress ink and the fiber on the side. Very cool!

Jenny said...

I love the color combo, the layered ovals and the doodling! Great card!!

Emily Branch said...

You did a FANTASTIC job on making a card for a guy!! I love how you incorporated the twine as a more manly alternative to ribbon!! The embossed dots are a great idea too, as they can work for guys depending on the color scheme. The sentiment is PERFECTLY designed for a guy as well!! You did great!

Jessi Myers said...

This is so perfect for a guy! The colors are great, and I love the use of the Ovals. I still need to pick up some Nesties. ;)

Tabitha said...

Perfect colors for a boy. great job! Love the twine!

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