Saturday, March 4, 2017

JUST US GIRLS #383 Word Week



Happy Saturday, friends! Bobby is your hostess this week at
JUST US GIRLS! She's picked Geometric as your word. This should be
lots of fun! Here's what I created:


 and the inside:

I'm out of masculine birthday cards so here's one I made. It's pretty CAS for me. I broke out the 
much neglected octagon nesties for this, cutting some 'manly' papers. The beer is a sticker, actually two. I stuck them onto white card stock, fussy cut them out, and adhered them on top of each other, the second one with foam squares. Of course, with my crack photography skillz, you can't see that at all. DOH! The sentiments were lined up and stamped multiple times with my MISTI to get a 
nice dark impression.

Now it's your turn to create something with a geometric pattern to it. Be sure to link up
at Just Us Girls so we can admire it. For more inspiration, do check out what my teammies 
created. Also, since it's a new month, and we have a new Guest Designer joining us. Welcome
Nancy Salkeld! I look forward to crafting with you this month! 

Just a reminder, if you are chosen as Chic of the Week for any of our March challenges, you'll 
be in the running to be our Guest Designer for the month of May! Good luck, and
happy crafting!

I'd like to enter this card at:

 














Supplies:
Stamps: Avery Elle - Happy Hour
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Carta Bella - Work Hard Play Hard
CS: Taylored Expressions
Accessories: GC; SB - Octagon Nesties; Paper House Productions - beer stickers; MISTI; Fiskars - 
corner rounder
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares

16 comments:

  1. Great challenge, fantastic masculine card!! love those shapes. (I'm sure I don't have them)

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  2. Thirsty weather here Chris - great male card. Thinking I need that drink about now.

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  3. Great choice of papers for your octagons and that glass of beer is perfect on this CAS design! Love that sentiment, sounds like you're making a toast!

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  4. Cheers to you too! Great use of the CC&S sketch, thanks for playing along.

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  5. Terrific masculine card! The geometric CAS design is perfect. Great combination of patterns too. Thanks for playing along at Seize the Birthday.

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  6. Great masculine-themed card with those octagons! The beer looks yummy!

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  7. Fun card; like the geometrics. Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!

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  8. Great card for the men - I can certainly think of a few to send it too! Thanks for joining us on this week's CC&S challenge.

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  9. Great masculine card! Thanks for joining us this week at CC&S!

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  10. Even though it's only 9:10ish a.m. as I'm leaving this comment, that beer looks pretty inviting. Maybe I should go have breakfast. LOL. It's a terrific card, great for a guy or a gal! Thanks for sharing it with us at CC&S!

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  11. Great "man" card, Chris! Love the color combo and I concur with others, that beer looks good. lol So glad to be guesting with all of you this month! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  12. Great choice of papers for a masculine card, Chris, and the two sentiments work perfectly with the beer image.

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  13. LOVE this, it's simple and to the point...lol. It's really so cute, great take on the challenge!

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  14. A great challenge combo and a great choice of colours, papers and sentiment - perfect for a masculine card. They are so difficult!
    Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge, Anita x

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  15. Great card for a chap! I always find them tricky to make!
    Thanks for joining in the fun at HLS CAS challenge this time!
    Chrissie

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