Tuesday, June 23, 2015

SHOPPING OUR STASH #207 - For the Boys


Hello and welcome! It's the start of a new challenge at SHOPPING OUR STASH! This week, it's all about the guys: we want to see cards and projects with a guy theme! Here's the card I made:


 here's the inside:

Yes, I realized after I made the card that I just used that stamp only a couple SOS challenges ago. Let's just chalk it up to me showing you how versatile it is. (See what I did there?!) My favorite technique is the chalkboard technique. This just never gets old for me.  After making the main panel, I dug out some ancient copper brads and stuck them in the corners. I went around the edges of the base with walnut stain DI before adhering the main panel onto it with thin foam squares. Of course, there's a little snark on the inside. ☺

I hope to see you play along for our guy themed challenge at Shopping Our Stash! Please be sure to visit and leave some bloggy love on my teammies blogs. They made some fabulous creations for your viewing pleasure! Thanks for hanging out, and I hope you have a great day!


I'd like to enter this card at:
Seize the Birthday - Nothing but Neutrals
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - favorite technique (chalkboard)
Just Add Ink #267 - typography

Supplies:
Stamps: Momenta; Paper Smooches
Ink: VersaMark; Colorbox - Frost White; Ranger DI - Walnut Stain
CS: Darice
Accessories: GC; Avery Elle - double stitched rectangle dies; Wow! - white EP; heat gun; copper brads from my stash
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares

12 comments:

  1. I wouldn`t have noticed the stamp was used before. I love the look of this one though great use of the stamp and I must try this technique. Fab. job.

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  2. you know, i didn't realize till you said that this was the same stamp.... seriously... you've made it look so different and SO AWESOME!!! love those copper corners too, BEYOND fab!

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  3. I love the subway art and your chalkboard is awesome!! The copper corners are definitely a great embellishment!
    Hugz,
    Chana

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  4. Great "guy" card, Christine. The chalkboard technique looks fabulous, and those brads are a great finishing touch. Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink this week!

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  5. I'm very partial to the chalkboard technique and you'e combined it with this weeks Just Add Ink Typography challenge beautifully Christine, thanks for joining us this week.

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  6. hello Chris! this is FAB...I adore the chalkboard tencique, this looks amazing! thanks for the inspiration, it's been awhile since I created a chalkboard card! I am having a giveaway on my blog, stop by to enter.

    http://paperieblooms.blogspot.com/2015/06/shine-on-giveaway.html

    so glad you played along with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

    sparkle & shine *~*

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  7. I love the chalkboard look, too, and that big subway-art style stamp is awesome. Love that it works for any kind of card design!

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  8. Brilliant typography card, Chris. Love the chalkboard technique and need to do it more often myself. Thanks for sharing your fabulous card with us at Just Add Ink this week. x

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  9. Fabulous card Chris!
    Thanks for joining us at Seize the birthday!

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  10. Chalkboard technique makes perfect sense for you, Chris, since you are so very good at it! This card is a perfect example. :) And oh, look, there's some snark to it, too.

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  11. Awesome dude card! I love chalkboard too! And I adore the "you're old, embrace it" LOL

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  12. Great male card! Thanks for playing along at Seize The Birthday :)

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