Today's project is a super fast and fabulous card that would be terrific for a guy. Or a girl. Either way, this card is quick and simple and gets the point across!
This card looks so much better in person. I had a really hard time getting good photos of it. It's partly because of the card and partly because of the
A few weeks ago I dropped my camera on our ceramic tile floor. Sad, but true. It still sorta worked, but my photos were a little wonky sometimes. So, I just got a new camera (yay!), but it’s much different than the last one. Hello, learning curve!
Anyway, the background image is the Off the Grid stamp - a smaller sized background stamp. I stamped the image twice for this card, but the size will be perfect for tags and journaling cards. I embossed it using Pewter embossing powder on a card base of Smoky Slate.
The die-cut letter is cardstock, but the Typeset Alphabet Bigz Dies will also cut Coaster Board and chipboard, among other things. I wanted to keep the thickness to a minimum on this card for mailing.
The smile sticker is from the Epic Day This and That Designer Stickers. The Epic Day This and That products have an eclectic/distressed look to them, which fit very well with the grungyness of the grid. I'm pretty sure that's a word.
To add a little interest and pick up the pop of color, I added yellow Candy Dots. Ooh, the Candy Dots are great! Very low profile, self-adhesive, and can be used with or without the coordinating brad bases. Very trendy.
And there you have it. A clean and simple masculine card you can whip up in just a few minutes. This. Weekend. Because it's FRIDAY!!!
I'm all smiles.
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Today's project featured the following Stampin' Up! products:
Stamps: Off the Grid (130736)
Ink: VersaMark (102283)
Paper: Smoky Slate (131202), Basic Gray (121044)
Tools: Heat Tool (129053), Pewter Stampin' Emboss Powder (124114), Big Shot (113439), Typeset Alphabet Bigz Dies (127553)
Accessories: Brights Candy Dots (130931), Epic Day This and That Designer Series Paper (131271)
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