Saturday, February 18, 2012

ISSC03 and Unity's FWF

Hi all! I've been up in my happy place again (my craft room!) making more cards.



I'm submitting this card for both the I Spy Sketch Challenge, and for Unity's Friend's With Flair. Here is the sketch this card is based off of:


I'd be lost without a sketch! Very rarely do I create a card without one - they usually come out looking like crap! LOL! Here I've used Unity's February KOM stamps. I about fell off my chair when I saw the "you. are. old." stamp and knew THAT was the first stamp I was using from the kit! I embossed the grey card stock with a diamond plate pattern and spritzed Glimmer Mist in Granite on it. I also challenged myself to make a guy card, and since the kit came with a couple antique cars, it worked out beautifully.

Here is the list of supplies I used:
Patterned paper: Crate Paper (orange tape measure); LYB (black/white chevrons); DCWV (orange chevrons)
card stock is from Bazzill
Flag stickers: Echo Park
Stamps: Unity (you are old/car/...vintage); Inkadinkado (Happy Birthday)
Ink: Tsukineko; Clear Snap
Glimmer Mist: Tattered Angels in Granite
others: Grand Calibur, Nestabilities Deckled Rectangle Lg; Cuttlebug Diamond Plate embossing folder; brads/ribbon - craft supply

Got to go feed my fur-baby now. He's standing right next to me breathing his stinky breath on me and telling me telepathically that it's time for his dinner! I got one more post to make so I'll be back soon!

Chris ☺

3 comments:

  1. Perfect play on words!! Thanks for playing along with us at I Spy!!

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  2. LOL - the inside sentiment is too fun! Great job with the sketch~ Thanks for joining in with I Spy!

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  3. What a perfect masculine card and the sentiment is just the best! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at iSpy Sketches :D

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