Sunday, January 27, 2013

"Keep Climbing" - 8 Masculine Cards!

Hello there!  Today's Featured Stamper over at Splitcoast is Bonnie aka Bon2stamp.....what a fabulous gallery!!!  There are so many gorgeous cards there, most of them are Clean and Simple....yay!!  I chose this beautiful card....I love simple layouts with clean lines and the embossing folder is one of my faves to use for masculine cards.

I loved this design so much that I made eight cards alike other than the colors....I know....that's "cheating", but I have a LOT of masculine birthdays coming up, so I'm ahead of schedule now! :)

Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett

Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett
Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett
Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett
Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett
Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett
Our Daily Bread designs "Keep Climbing" Designer Angie Crockett


Card 'Ingredients':
Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs 'Keep Climbing';
Accessories: Sizzix 'Square Lattice' Embossing Folder, Linen Thread, Sponge Dauber, Stamp-a-ma-jig Stamp Positioner, Paper Piercer and template, foam tape;
Size: A2. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Blessings,

Our Daily Bread designs Designer Angie Crockett

5 comments:

Audrey Ann said...

Angela - these cards have taken my breath away! I just got this stamp set and cannot wait to get it inky. You've given me so much inspiration my friend - thank you.
Blessings,
Audrey

Robyn said...

Love them all! you are so talented my friend!

Robyn said...

Hi Angie, what a talent you have for making even similar cards different! Love them all!!

Pati said...

Very nice masculine cards! Great mass production with color variety, love your colors, your style and your stamping! Those stamps are on my wish list :)

Grace said...

Angie these are ALL so gorgeous!!! I love how different they look even though they are the same except color.... and I love the idea of making a set up while you are doing it! I need to work this way more often! Thanks for the inspiration!!!