Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Man Card Time

Today I am posting a birthday card I have made for my brother-in-law's birthday...  I find guy cards to be the hardest to make, but this one kind of came together on it's own! 



Materials used:
Brown kraft
Spots and Dots Embossing Folder
gold ribbon from my stash
bottle cap
star brads
Glossy Accents
Swirl Clear Stamp
Fiskars Birthday Wishes Clear Stamps
Close to Coacoa ink by Stampin Up!
Vintage Photo Tim Holtz Distress Stain
Perfect Pearls Mist by Ranger in Gold
Zots Adhesive Dots
Sticky Doos by the Paper Studio

How did I make that fun little bottle cap?  I took a bottle cap from my stash, had the hubby cut off the prongs of the star brads, poured Glossy Accents into the bottle cap and placed my stars where I wanted them and let it dry. Easy Peazy!

And I am entering this into the following challenges:
The Craft Spot Challenge Me Monday #42- let's hear it for the boys
Celebrate the Occasion Challenge #47 - Masculine birthday card

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Happy Crafting!
Lisa

10 comments:

Adrian said...

Very nice card! Thanks for playing @ CTO!

Lisa said...

This is gorgeous, Lisa!! I love all of the design elements you used!! You did an awesome job with a guy card!! Love it!! :)

Lisa
indymermaid.blogspot.com

ScrappyRae10 said...

I love the colors! Thanks for playing along with CTO!!

Esther said...

Great job!
I like what you did with the bottlecap!
Thanks for playing at CTO!

Jayne said...

Great male card and love your bottle top.Thanks for joining us this week at My Craft Spot.
Jayne x

Maribel said...

OOh I love the colors of this card. Awesome details! I wanted to thank you for helping us spread the word about Krafty Girls!
I hope to see you play along with all our challenges:)
Maribel
Krafty Girls
ilovescrapping.blogspot.com

Dilsaver Designs said...

Love how you put the brads in the bottle cap, really great card! Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO for our Masculine Birthday Challenge :)

girlia said...

Great card! Love how you incorporated the metal in your design. Thanks for playing with us at CTO

Ivana Camdzic said...

Hi Lisa! Thank you so much for your visit and sweet comment :) I usually use the 'feather' effect in PS to achieve the softness around my photos...It takes some practice but it's definitely easy to do once you figure out a look you like!

Kate said...

What a great card! How clever to use a bottle cap on it! It looks fantastic!
Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

Kate
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