Masculine Birthday for JAI480…!

Hello Everyone!

Another set of card bases I found cleaning out the Craft Room!

These were from an older Paper Pumpkin Kit, from way back!

I have another set of bases to use up too…later!

I used these bases for a Color Challenge from…

Just Add Ink #480  (JAI480)

 

Here is the Challenge!

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You get to Chose any 3 Colors!

I pulled out ALL the ink pads and settled on:

 Lovely Lipstick, Blueberry Bushel, Daffodil Delight

 

Here is my Card!

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You know how much I love Nautical!

 

Here is the inside of the Card!

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HERE ARE THE STOCKS AND MEASURES:

CARDSTOCK:

card bases are left over Paper Pumpkin bases…you could use:

Whisper White- 8.8″ x 5.5″ scored @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score line

greeting banner, another leftover cardstock piece from a project kit!

I die-cut 3 labels from the one piece I had found, cleaning the Craft Room!

Blueberry Bushel- cut another label to make a mat for the greeting label

I die cut it out and then snipped in half length wise and adhered to the back of the greeting label!

Lovely Lipstick- for the ship’s wheel

STAMP SETS:

Sailing Home- lighthouse on front, sailboat inside

Perennial Birthday- greeting and inside sentiment

INK:

Blueberry Bushel- all stamping

STAMPIN’ BLEND:

Dark Daffodil Delight- light in the lighthouse!

TOOLS:

Big Shot- die cutting machine

Smooth Sailing Dies- greeting label, mat, ship’s wheel

ACCESSORIES:

Mini Gold Brads- center of ship’s wheel

 

Here are the 3 Cards I made for the Masculine stash!

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So happy I could use these up!

My goal is to finish up all the card bases I had lying around!

 

Until the next Post…Blessings and Care to you ALL!

3 thoughts on “Masculine Birthday for JAI480…!”

  1. The texture on your car bases really amplifies your nautical theme and I love your CAS design and the pop of 3D with the Ships wheel. Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week.

  2. A great man card, clean with lots of white space and great images. I love the addition of the sentiment inside. Chantell Just Add Ink

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