Stamped and Sponged Masculine Birthday Card

Stamped and Sponged Masculine Birthday Card

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Over at the Mod Squad Challenge this week, we are encouraged to make a Masculine Birthday card.  I’ve not participated in a challenge in quite some time and have been struggling with getting back into the card-making mood so I thought I’d give this one a try!  I decided to go with a “back to basics” approach with some basic sponging and stamping.

For my background panel, I sponged Memento Warm Cocoa, Toffee Crunch, and Gina K Blue Denim inks on a piece of white card stock.  The mask I used to create the border pattern on the left is from a set called “Borderline Masks” by Tim Holtz.  I used the Warm Cocoa ink to stamp a portion of the “Musical Collage” stamp by Hero Arts onto my inked panel along with some speckles with a stamp from the Tim Holtz “Visual Artistry Collection Nature’s Elements” stamp set.  The greeting is from the “Pleasant Plurals” stamp set by Gina K Designs.  In addition to the white card stock for my base, I also used a few sheets from a paper pack called “Neutrals” by Recollections.  A piece of twine finished off my card.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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2 thoughts on “Stamped and Sponged Masculine Birthday Card

  1. I love it and girl you have not lost your touch at all. That is a wonderful masculine card design. I think you got so burned out with all those spectacular golf ones you did. I know when I had to do a lot of cards in a slotted time frame I felt much the same way. I am so glad I can work at my own pace now.

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