Blue, Green and Brown
Stamps: Waltzingmouse - Free Spirit Boy, Ocean Bound
Inks: Versafine - Vintage Sepia; Stampin' Up! - Early Espresso; Kaleidacolor - Cappuccino Delight
Accessories: White Lustre Card; SU Card - Early Espresso; SU Markers - Wild Wasbi, Marina Mist; Clear Embossing Powder; Copics
The inspiration for this card came from Renee's card during the recent WMS Release Blog Hop. I saw the way she'd coloured the circles on my favourite stamp and decided to CASE it. I stamped the image onto white card and heat embossed with clear powder, and then used lots of different green and blue Copic markers to colour it in. I used the layout from this week's CAS(E) this Sketch - CTS#66, and of course, this card fits with our current Waltzingmouse Fanatics challenge - one for the boys. I cut a brown mat for the circle image and adhered it to the card base. I finished the front with a simple sentiment in brown and drew the lines in by hand (using a ruler of course!). On the inside I cut a mat of brown and stamped a second generation image of the circles, adding some faux stitched detail in the corners. I left the centre blank for me to write a message - this one is for our boy, Ben!
For more inspiration using the colours of blue, green and brown - check out the cards from the rest of the Design Team. I went for more muted shades of blues and greens, but you can go as bright as you like! Looking forward to seeing your creations!
Great card Deborah and an ideal card for a man
Fun use of the colors and circles!
Fabulous card - I knew you'd sneek that set into this weeks challenge somewhere ;-)
Great layout for a masculine card :)
Fun and fabulous creations!! Great play on the colors!
That's fantastic! Love those circles!!
These are just my favourite colours Deborah! Your circles make a great male card motif. Vicky x
Oh, this is wonderful! Great take on the sketch!
I've always loved retro, and this I such a great card representing this style! Fab take on the color scheme!
What a great way to use the colours, very retro and masculine. It certainly makes a statement!Love the faded inside too
A fab card Deborah - love the circles - Jacqueline xx
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