Hope everyone had a great weekend. Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
I had an early Mother’s Day weekend. College Boy flew home from school to attend a symposium at the University of Washington. He wanted to thank both the Professor from his school who selected him to attend, as well as the Professor who hosted the event.
He’s so cute…”would you mind making a couple of cards?”
"Oh no. Me make cards? I would hate that!"
I chose a muted teal metallic cardstock, kraft cardstock and some of the cards from the Project Life Vintage Travel kit. Who better for masculine cards than Tim Holtz, so I used one of his grunge embossing folders and Tim Holtz stamp.
Cut a 5x6 panel from the kraft cardstock and run through your Cuttlebug or equivalent using the embossing folder. Layer panels at an angle (corners will hang over the card, trim flush with card when all panels are adhered)
Stamp image on kraft scrap and trim with black panel. I double stamped this image to get the slightly blurred effect. Apply washi tape strip and baker’s twine . Layer on top of card . embellish with vintage buttons and done!
The “Dream” card is the same basic card construction except join two coordinating papers together then cut to 4.75 x 6.75 panel. For this card I used a grey card stock and coordinating Basic Grey ( "Perphery") papers. Use a leftover piece of the teal cardstock and run through the embosssing panel. Adhere across the front as shown. Apply “dream” sticker to flattened bottlecap and adhere to panel.