“B” is for …

January 30, 2011 | 5 comments

Boys

Birthday

or maybe

Both……

Over on Krista Driessen’s Cards & Things Challenge Blog this week is a Colour Challenge.

This is the colours Krista provided.

These colours made me think ‘Boys’ and then while deciding on a stamp set I came across ‘Party Hearty’ and thought ‘Birthday’.

Considering it was only a week or so ago I was saying I struggle with ‘Male’ cards I think I’m starting to ‘not struggle’ any more…..lol

I’ve used a sketch from Card Positioning Systems and it’s #180.

Here’s what I came up with.

What do you think??

All layers of the main image (the centre piece too) is all mounted with Stampin’ Dimensionals to give it a bit of a lift.

Very simple but I think very effective.

Supplies:
Stamps: Party Hearty
Card: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Old Olive Patterns DSP (Brights Patterns Stack)
Ink: Old Olive & Pacific Point Markers
Accessories: 3/4” Circle Punch.

Till next time……

5 Comments

  1. Bron Heslop

    Nikki, this ROCKS! What a cool card. Simple, but so effective. I love it.

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  2. Karen Thomas

    yep LOVE this one Nikki! You know I love clean and simple, but this one is Clean and simple with WOW!! I’m gonna store that sketch away in my brain!

    Karen
    x

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  3. Karen G

    Oooh, I do love this card Nikki. Might be “Casing” this one!! I am with Karen and love the clean and simple cards, so quick and easy to put together a few at a time.

    Karen G.

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  4. Krista Driessen

    Wow Nikki, you did an awesome job with the challenge !! Love your card ! Thanks for playing along !

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  5. Debbie Martin

    I like this one. Very clean and yet so bright. TFS
    Debbie

    Reply

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