Monday, July 21, 2014

Dang, you're old!

Hi there! I have a card to share using Sweet Sunday Sketch #228. Ready? Here it is:


Here is the inside:

Here is the sketch:


I purposely made the card monochromatic so that the image would pop. I think it worked. ☺I wasn't sure what to use for that flower element, but then remembered that I just bought these skull and cross bone adornments and thought, why not?! I used one of my all time favorite sentiment stamps on the inside to finish the card. Who's the lucky recipient of this card? That would be my younger brother, Jim, who's birthday is at the end of this month. He's gonna LOVE this! MUAHAHAHAHA!!!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!

Chris
Supplies: Crackerbox Palace - J00708; Unity Stamps - Feb. & July 2012 KOM
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Nikki Sivils; LYB scraps
CS: Recollections; Copic Xpress It
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; Grand Calibur, Sm & Lg Std. Circle Nesties; Ranger - Diamond Stickles; Tim Holtz - skull
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik permanent, 3D foam squares; Ranger - Glossy Accents



9 comments:

  1. What a cool birthday card...love the image!

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  2. This is one fabulous birthday card! I love the skeleton...just so fun.

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  3. How awesome that you have such a wickedly fun relationship with your baby brother, Chris!! This card is a HOOT!! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. Love the skull and crossbones! Perfect for the stamp...definitely better than the flower! Awesome card!

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  5. That image makes me HAPPY :) The skull & crossbones couldn't be more perfect. I love how the whole thing pops! (and I have great love for that inside sentiment too!)

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  6. This is awesome!! I LOVE that image!!! Fabulous, fabulous card!!

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  7. Hahahaha! What a GREAT card! Your brother is gonna love it!

    Jocelyn
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