Monday, February 1, 2016

Sky is the Limit

Happy Monday...can you believe it is already February 1st?? My least favourite month of the year is over, which means it won't be long till spring...wahoo!
Today I have another man-card for you...I think I'm starting a Man-card Monday routine here ;)

Masculine card featuring the Sky is the Limit and Timeless Textures stamp sets.
This is one that was on offer at my Birthday Card Blitz Buffet this past weekend. It is quick and easy and perfect for the men in your life! I began with a piece of the Sahara Sand watercolour-patterned Perfectly Artistic DSP. I am rapidly becoming dependent on that is the perfect backdrop for stamping on! I then stamped several of the different texture stamps from the Timeless Textures stamp set using Sahara Sand, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede and Early Espresso ink. I also added some spatters, inking my stamp with the Wink of Stella gold glitter brush. I added subtle shimmer by tapping by Wink of Stella brush on the table top as well...too bad it doesn't really show in the photo.

The airplane image and the sentiment are from the Sky is the Limit Sale-a-bration stamp set and are stamped in Early Espresso ink. Both the Sky is the Limit set and the Perfectly Artistic DSP are only available for a couple more don't want to miss out on these awesome products!
I layered the stamped DSP on a piece of Early Espresso card stock and then on a Sahara Sand card base using dimensionals. I added a few gold sequins from the metallics assortment using the Fine Tip Glue Pen.

On the inside, on a piece of Whisper White card stock, I stamped more of the texture images from the Timeless Textures set and then added another sentiment from the Sky is the Limit set. I have to say I am fast falling in love with the fabulous options offered by the Timeless Textures set...stay tuned for more using that one!

Have a great week!!

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  1. Love your card I was looking for ideas to use this stamp with today. Thank you for a wonderful idea.

    Are these cards 5 1/2 x 4 1/4?

    1. Thanks so much Lora! Yes, the card is 4-1/4" x 5-1/2".


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