Saturday, October 24, 2020

Man of the Moment

 Hello and welcome crafty friends! I've been up in the ol' craft room

creating some cards, and here is one of them:

 

...and the inside:

 
I used some metallic gold paper to emboss the back panel, using the
 
Brick Wall EF by Darice. I found this funny sentiment 
 
to cut out from the sheet and the fish DP from 
 
the same collection. Ooh! Shiny!


A snarky stamped sentiment on the inside and this card was done!

Thanks for visiting, and I hope that you have a great day!



I'd like to enter this at:

Let's Squash It #1 - geometric & metallic

Seize the Birthday #202 - texture 





Supplies:

Stamps: Taylored Expressions - Another Year Older

Ink: Memento - Nautical Blue

DP: Kaisercraft - Mountain Air

CS: TE; Bazzill - metallic gold

Accessories: GC; Darice - Brick Wall EF; MISTI

Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares

7 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

Love it! Thanks for playing at Let's Squash It, Chris, really appreciate the support. Great colour combo too, Jo x

ionabunny said...

Hi Chris, oooh, lovely embossing. That's a very interesting pattern. Me likey. Darice have some great designs. Gorgeous with the gold and I love the fishy deery layers. Lovely card and thanks for joining the Let's Squash It! challenge. Hugz

Lindsey said...

This is great fun! Wowzer on the shiny embossed panel, too!

roffeycreations said...
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roffeycreations said...

Love the Darice EF - very strong bold lines - and the sentiment inside LOL!
See you at Seize The Birthday or Let's Squash It again - Cheers Maurs xxx

Barbara Godden said...

Awesome masculine card, love the sentiment on the inside. fab ef and great dimension.

JoAnn said...

Great masculine card with that fun sentiment. Love the texture with that EF. Thanks for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday.

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