Sunday, October 27, 2013

Happy Birthday - The Paper Players PP169

Yes, I'm back with the second post for today!  I got my inspiration for this card from Anne Marie's great sketch over at The Paper Players - PP #169.  It's been MUCH to long since I played along with them. :)

Uh oh.  Just as I uploaded this graphic, I realized that I didn't add a shape or image where that circle is.  Yikes!  I'm sorry. :(
It's too late to change it now, so I'll post my card anyway.

Circle or no circle, I'm pleased with this masculine birthday card.  That wheat stamp is one of my all-time SU favorites.  It's from the Autumn Days stamp set. It seems to work so well with that new burlap ribbon, doesn't it?  When I looked around for something to use for the 3 small banners in the sketch, my eye went right to my chevron punch.  It's one of my new favorite SU punches.  I know...I have lots of favorites, don't I?
Well, I've rambled on long enough, I think.  Thanks for taking a look today.  I hope your weekend was good!





Supply list ~
card stock: kraft (PTI), very vanilla, chocolate chip (SU)
ink: cajun craze, early espresso (SU)
stamps: autumn days (SU), boutique borders:birthday (PTI)
other: 1-1/4" burlap ribbon, regals candy dots, chevron punch (SU)

6 comments:

  1. A beautiful fall masculine birthday card, Susie! Fab stamping and love the arrows and burlap!

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  2. I think it works perfectly without the added shape, Susie! I love this card. Beautiful colours, texture, and design!

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  3. A beautiful fall card, Susie! I love the chevrons and burlap! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

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  4. Susie, this is gorgeous! I love the texture from the burlap and the rich color combo you used. I don't think you needed that added shape...it is perfect the way it is. Thank you so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! Hugs! :)

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  5. Susie, this is fabulous !! Love the burlap and the chevron adds a wonderful touch - great colors

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