Thursday, January 15, 2015

Rock on....

Hey peeps. I'm back with a card I made using (new to me) dies. The other day whilst perusing Pinterest for rock and roll themed cards, I found an awesome card that screamed to me to be CASE'd. Unfortunately, I didn't note who made it and for some reason cannot-to-save-my-life find it again! So if this card looks somewhat familiar, thank you!


 here's the inside:

The original card was red, white, and black. It did have a partial stencil in the bottom right corner and red splotches, with the guitar popped over the stencil and a sentiment in another place on the card. But that's where I ended the case, as my version veered off, stage left, as it were. I used the big star and made that and the guitar center stage on my card. (See what I just did there?!) I stamped my sentiment in the bottom left corner, and also added black and smoke colored teeny tiny rhinestones around the star. (I'm hoping since I used said colors of rhinestones, that my nephew, to whom I will be sending this to, doesn't think it's too girly) ☺

It just so happens that the new Wednesday challenge at Simon Says Stamp is called 'It's a Guy Thing', you know, make a masculine card. So I'll be entering this card over there.

Also, Naughty or Nice challenges has a 'New' themed challenge, and hey, I'll enter this there as well.

Lastly, but certainly not leastly, Darnell at djkardkreations has her 3rd NBUS challenge going on. 

Well, I should really stop now and get dinner ready. *koff* Thanks for lasting until the end and I hope your evening is a relaxing one!

Chris

Supplies
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Birthday Sampler, BeBoppin, Slang Gang
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Grey Flannel; Ranger DI - Black Soot
Accessories: GC; MFT - Rock and Roll Die-Namics; Recollections - rhinestones; Tattered Angels - Glimmer Mist candy apple red; Gourmet Rubber Stamps - Climbing Wall stencil
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik permanent, 3D foam squares; Ranger - Glossy Accents


11 comments:

  1. Oh this is so cute, I may have to case it too

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  2. Great card, Chris, love the red, white and black color scheme. Thanks for playing along in the Simon Says Stanp Wednesday challenge this week!

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  3. Loving the grungy rock and roll vibe! Those splatters are deee-vine.

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  4. Hope your day rocks! I love it. It has a great rock and roll grunge vibe and not too girly at all! I think I might have the guitar die. I may have to CASE you! :-P

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  5. This is pretty fab, and those sequins are like a sparkly rock star shirt. Think Neil Diamond and you'll do fine.

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  6. Call them studs instead of rhinestones and everything is just fine. :) This is definitely a dude card, and it's a rockin' one! Nicely done!

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  7. This is SO up my alley! I may have to CASE this off of you :) Love the rock n roll feel and I'm glad you shared it with us at Naughty or Nice Challenges :)
    Cheers!
    Sara
    www.PolkaDotRosie.blogspot.com

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  8. Super stylish! Thanks for sharing your card with us at Naughty or Nice Challenges, Jo x

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  9. This is definitely a dude card and, well, Chrispy, you ROCKED it! (You see what I did there?) It should be bought by a television network for bigggg bucks to use as advertisement for an upcoming American Idolish kind of show!! (Or, better yet, to use on THE American Idol show!) I noticed that you like to speak parenthetically, which is also a fond trait that I have (well, maybe not fond to everyone) had forlikever! Thank you so much for playing in my NBUS Challenge #3! (I appreciate your support!!) Have a great weekend! Hugs, Darnell

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  10. Dinner, pfffft. This is utterly awesome, Chris! So perfectly guy-ish and it totally rawks!

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  11. What a great card! Loving the studded star and guitar. So perfect for a dude card. And love the subtle masking on the background. SO cool!

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