Geared Up Masculine Birthday for PCC326…

Hello Everyone!

Welcome Back!

Today’s card is for a Masculine Birthday!

I used the Sketch Challenge from

Paper Craft Crew #326  (PCC326)

 

Here is the Sketch!

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Since Valentine’s Day is over…I decided to do a masculine card!

 

Here is my Card!

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Those smudges…it’s a stamp!

Here is the inside!

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I stamped the smudges 4 times across the front and the same here, inside!

 

HERE ARE THE STOCK AND MEASURES FOR THE CARDMAKER:

CARDSTOCK:

Whisper White Thick- card base, 8.5″ x 5.5″ scored @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score

Whisper White Regular- some scrap pieces to stamp the car and greeting

Crushed Curry- mat for greeting

DSP:

Classic Garage DSP- larger piece, 3″ x 3.5″

smaller piece, 2″ x 2.5″

STAMP SETS:

Geared Up Garage- car, oil smudges, greeting

Itty Bitty Birthdays- inside sentiment

INKS:

Tranquil Tide- car

Gray Granite- grill and rims, oil smudges

Balmy Blue- head lights and windows

I used my Aqua Painter, filled with alcohol (instead of water) and used the inks from the lids of the ink pads to ‘paint’ the car. I use alcohol because it dries faster, less warping AND…I can use regular weight Whisper White!

TOOLS:

Tailored Tag Punch- greeting banner, I trimmed down the tag,  to a size to fit below the car, on the card!

I fussy-cut the car.

ACCESSORIES:

Black Rhinestone Jewels- upper right hand corner of the DSP

Clear Epoxy Shapes- headlights!

 

Here is my Card again!

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A Drive down Memory Lane…

When I was a young girl, in the 8th grade, in California…there was a teacher

at my school by the name of Mrs. Trejeo…she owned a Mustang.

The color of the car was that deep Metallic Green, where it almost looks Black!

Oh my!

I had dreams of owning a car like that!

It was so pretty.

All grown up…I have never did own a car like that!

And World didn’t end because of it too!

Funny, that car was all I thought of, while making this Card!

 

Until the next Post…Blessings and many runs down your Memory Lanes!

 

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