Friday, 9 June 2017

Guy Greetings Revisited

Last month I showed you a Fathers Day card made with the Guy Greetings Set which you can see HERE.  As I was writing up that blog post my little grey cells started to whir and I began to dream up this card...same stamps, different colour and different sentiment!


I've finally made the card (crafting has been taking a bit of a back seat while my eldest two children sit their GCSEs - half way through now and there is light at the end of the exam tunnel!) and I'm just in time to enter The Paper Players Challenge #347 where the theme is Birthdays.


 With the help of my Stamp-a-ma-jig I have created the array of shoes and hats using Night of Navy ink.  Then I have wrapped a vellum band around the centre portion of the array which creates a square frame for the large die cut Happy Birthday to sit on.  You can still see the shoes and hats underneath, but the die cut becomes the focus and sends a clear Happy Birthday greeting!


I couldn't resist making a blue version of the Fathers Day card.  I'm not sure which is my favourite - blue or the original black one. 


For completeness, I also made a blue birthday card using the Happy Birthday from the stamp set.


Thanks for visiting today.  Happy crafting



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6 comments:

  1. Fab use of the stamps!! All cards look great

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment Kristie

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  2. I just LOVE these! You created that background paper perfectly, using my most favorite masculine stamp set! Thanks so much for sharing these at the Paper Players this week!

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    1. Wow! Thanks for your kind and generous words LeAnne - you have made me blush (and smile)!

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  3. Karen these are both fabulous cards - I just love your backgrounds, they have made me want to dig out this set which I haven't used for ages! Love it paired with the Happy Birthday die. Thanks for sharing your creations and joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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    1. Thanks Joanne. Stamping the backgrounds was SO satisfying. Hope you enjoy revisiting Guy Greetings

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