Making masculine cards are extremely difficult for me! A few weeks ago Mrs. Noofy posted this awesome one layer card and when I needed to make a Thank You card for my son Jason her wonderful design inspired this card. Here is a link to it:
I had some lovely dp that had an appearance of being sponged and I then just pulled some solids to go with it. I cut the Memory Box Fern in the same chocolate brown paper. Thank you Sue for coming to the rescue on this one! I actually was very happy with my results.
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Date: Sunday, July 6, 2014 GMT Views: 2459
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Mon, Jul 07, 2014 @ 6:10 AM
All part of the service ma'am!! LOL I really love this Peggy. Your shaded paper is awesome along with that fabulous burnt orange the combination rocks!! You looked at that design and really knocked the socks of it! This is spectacular!!!
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Fri, Jul 11, 2014 @ 11:29 PM
First, Sue's (Mrs. Noofy) card is a wonderful one layer design with it's botanical theme. Your CASE of Sue's card is top notch! In fact, if I didn't know better I would have thought you had used a splatter technique rather than a designer paper with the speckles already there. The card has a very tailored appeal to it and would be beautiful in a boxed set. Peggy, think about creating this design in a set of 4 (4x4) cards. Tie some raffia ribbon around the box and present it as a hostess or birthday gift. Don't sell yourself short - tailored and masculine design are right up your alley!
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