I really love the little ticket stamps that are in the Frames, Tags, Borders Close to My Heart stamp set! I was trying to think of a nice man thank you card when I looked at this particular stamp. Since the stamp had stars in the corners I decided to go with that theme.
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge
CTMH Frames, Tags, Borders stamp set
Bo Bunny Printed paper
Cuttlebug Stars embossing folder
Tin pan for embossing
Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks
Janome Sew Mini
Cat Eye Chalk Ink
When I showed my daughter this card she said "OH I like that!" and then asked "what do you know about nautical stars?" and I asked her "what do you know about them?". She looked and me and replied "Oh I was thinking of getting a tramp stamp of them across my lower back" of course at this point I said rather loudly "YOU ARE GETTING ANOTHER TATTOO??". She assured me that she wasn't getting another one, it was just one she thought about getting before *okie sighs deeply and shakes her head*. I swear that girl is gonna be the death of me yet!
If you are wanting to order the Art Philosphy bundle you can contact Melanie at her CLOSE TO MY HEART WEBSITE.
Very nice manly card.ReplyDelete
It works out great for a man card!
To me it doesn't look like pink!!
Very nice card. Love the colors and the embossing of the metal. Good luck with that tatoo and your daughter. =DReplyDelete
What do you use to cut the pans? I don't want to ruin a good pair of scissors or my trimmer, but I love the look!ReplyDelete
Debbie I use scissors! Believe it or not it actually sharpens them! I also use my Xacto Guillotine trimmer!ReplyDelete
Great way to reuse the tin pans. I will borrow your idea. The card is greatReplyDelete
That is such a great idea with the tin! I am definitely going to try it!ReplyDelete
Okay Okie, dish...you keep making man cards. Who is he??ReplyDelete
What a great Masculine Card Okie! I like the stars and what a great way to use up those tins... Very creative my friend! :o)ReplyDelete
Love this card. Thanks for sharing the idea of recycling the pans. Am going to use this idea.--RyansmaamaReplyDelete
What a great idea! I would have never thought of running pans through the cuttlebug! I'm going to try it right now!ReplyDelete
Brilliant reuse of the tin pans, I actually have a bunch of them leftover from a summer party, now I know what to do with them!ReplyDelete
I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme.ReplyDelete
Did you make this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it for you?
Plz answer back as I'm looking to design my own blog and would like to know where u got this from.