Sunday, July 21, 2019

The Paper Players Masculine Challenge

Today Ann has a masculine themed CAS challenge for us at The Paper Players:

I looked through my collection of paper and found this piece I liked..loved the colors and the fun shoes at the bottom! I added some gold washi across it, and adhered it to a white card base. Then I dug through my die cuts and found some musical instruments, hat and pipe leftover from my days at Cheery Lynn. I stamped the sentiment from Stampabilities onto a scalloped stitched circle from Tutti Design, and then arranged the die cuts around it.

Here's a list of supplies:

Paper: SU, patterned
Ink: Memento Black
Dies: Tutti Design scalloped stitched circle, Cherry Lynn
Other: gold washi tape

You can check out the rest of the design team here:

The Paper Players Design Team

I hope you will join us!

Entering this at:

Word Art Wednesday

Seize the Birthday

Pixies Snippets Playground


LeAnne said...

LOVE this...those papers are so fun, as is your fun collection of diecuts! Love the hat the most....someone will enjoy getting this creative card!

Leslie Miller said...

Wow, this is great! Everything combined is so perfect!

Cathy said...

Wonderful masculine card, great combination of dp and diecuts! thankyou for playing along at Seize the Birthday, Cathy x

Anne Marie Hile said...

Oooh, Laurie! As soon as I saw this I could hear some classic jazz playing in the background. Love the dies and that paper is so swanky. Great masculine card!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

There is something so dapper about those papers Laurie - your card has a real New Orleans feel to it with those instruments too. Just fab!

Ann Schach said...

Wow! What a wonderful card! I LOVE the instruments paired with the hat and the pipe. And that paper!!! I LOVE it! This has to be one of the best masculine cards ever! Thank you so much for rocking my CAS Masculine challenge this week!

Di said...

Great card Laurie! A brilliant card for a chap as well.

Sorry I'm late commenting!


Di xx

Su Mohr said...

What a cute, masculine card! I just love those shoes, Laurie! Any man would love to receive this on his birthday!