Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Golfer Glen

Hello.  Glad you could make it today for another "Wonderful Wednesday".  The style of card I have today is one that I, along with many card makers, struggle with.  It is a masculine card.  I will gladly use all shades of pink, purple, flowers, lots of bling and pretty flourishes to decorate a card.  But what happens when not one of those things can be used?  I guess you could say my "go to" things for masculine cards are metal, buttons and twine.  All three have been used on this birthday card which follows our theme for the month of August.

Supplies UsedCopic Xpress It Blending Card StockMemento Tuxedo Black InkHigh Hopes "Golfer Glen"Copic MarkersBazzill Basics Textured Card StockHigh Hopes "Golf Saying"Whimsy Stamps "Birthday Greetings"Tim Holtz Tea dye Distress Ink

A close up of the image:

Copics Used: Skin ~ E00, E02, E11, R20; Hair ~ W1, W3, W5; Clothes ~ BG75, E43, E44, E47. YR02, YR04, YR07; Shoes ~ E40, E41, E42, E43, E44, E47; Bird ~ B39, B41, B45,; Club ~ C3, C5, C7

Thanks for coming by.  Just a reminder of two things ~ our challenge for this month is "BIRTHDAYS", you could be a guest designer for OCS just by entering and, local ladies, there are some great new classes and an all day crop happening in September.  See all the details in the above pinned post for the challenge. And check the website for the classes and crop.

Until next time, keep crafting.


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