Friday, June 18, 2010

Father's Day Challenge Combo x 8 I'm not the greatest at Clean and Simple....yet! But I sure am trying!! I decided to give CAS another whirl after seeing this awesome "Clean and Simple Fall-To Sketch" #94....I'm definitely going to visit their challenge blog frequently for some awesome clean and simple inspiration! I have also used the following challenges in the making of this Father's Day card:
Fun on Friday Challenge at Christian Paper Crafts - Masculine Card/Father's Day;
CAS-tastic challenge - Father's Day;
Creative Inspirations - "For the Boys";
Stampin' Royalty - Masculine Card;
Crafty Cardmakers - Men;
Stampin' Sisters in Christ - Father's Day;
Basic Grey Challenge - Colors of turquoise, brown, and Basic Grey dsp of course!

My card recipe:
Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs' "Happy Father's Day";
Paper: Kraft, Very Vanilla, Basic Grey "Max and Whiskers";
Ink: Stazon Jet Black, Ranger "Antique Linen", Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Spellbinders Curved Rectangles, Basic Grey Brads, May Arts Poly-twill ribbon, Paper Piercer and template, sponge dauber

Thanks so much for stopping by today!! Come on back tomorrow for a new Shining the Light Challenge by Our Daily Bread don't want to miss this one! God Bless!!!


Deb Neerman said...

This is fabulous!

Thanks for joining us in this week's CAS-tastic Wednesday Clean And Simple 'Father's Day' card challenge!

Traci S. said...

Hi Angela~

This is a wonderful CAS card! I think you "nailed" the sketch, too!

This is a wonderful card---period.

He IS Able,
Traci S.

Karen B. said...

Wow, this is a handsome card. (It really is beautiful, just didn't want to use beautiful for a masculine card!) Absolutely love this CAS design. Thanks for joining us at the CAS-Tastic Challenge this week!

Shanda Stirk said...

Marvelous design! I love that plaid with those blues! Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty.

Heather said...

Fantastic CAS card Angela, great use of the colours and I love the proverb.
Thank you so much for playing along with us at Basic Grey.
hugs Heather xx

Lovely Linda said...

Hi Angela - this is a fabulous CAS card - you do masculine so well. I love the scripture and the Die you have used! Great DP too - I am loving this! Thanks for joining us at the Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenge this week - we would love to see you again next week! {{{hugs}}}
Linda SSIC Design Team

NGCARDS said...

Brilliant card. Thanks for joining us this week at Wednesday's Creative Inspirations Challenge Blog! xxx

Grace said...

Oh Angie... Your guy card is fabulous!!! I love the blue and tan combo.... it's soft and pleasing... yet masculine through and through! Any guy would love this and I think you did an awesome job with the CAS!!! LOVE that piercing gf!!! Thanks again for your help!!! Hugs!!!

Janaria said...

Okay, before you read this you have to lower your voice an octave... read on. . .

Handsome card. . .very manly. Straight, no curves or frilly things, just brads (those are manly you know as they are quite functional.) Plaid is suitable.

Voice back to normal:
Great card! Love it!

LeAnne said...

Personally, I think this is just one awesome card! I LOVE that inside sentiment, and look at all the challenges you fulfilled! Perfect CAS card!

Anonymous said...

Angella, it doesn't really matter if you do CAS, elegant, fresh and fun, or whatever you do it with such quality and style! I love this one and it is a perfect Father's Day card. Thank you so much for sharing your art with us at Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenges.

Jinny Newlin said...

Love this card! Such a great, masculine color combo! And one I haven't tried, yet, either. Thanks for the inspiration!

Mariana said...

What a great guy's card! So masculine and yet so pretty!! Awesome job!

Unknown said...

this is stunning, love the sentiment so much, thanks for playin with us at crafty cardmakers xx

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Maureen Russell said...

Oh Angella.......exquisite is the only way to describe your card!

Denise Marie said...

love this!! I love that scripture too.