January 31, 2014

Seize the Birthday - Chevrons

I needed a card for my father-in-law and this paper and the current Seize the Birthday challenge were perfect.



I used a chevron punch to separate the layer, and then added a tag from the paper pad and popped it up with foam tape. I used a die cut for the fisherman and fussy cut the fish. I added a little twine and metallic embellishments.

Supplies: Natural white and brown card stock, Designer Paper – Kaiser Craft, Papertrey Ink – Birthday Wishes, twine and metallic embellishments and chevron punch.

Cheers, 
Nina

6 comments:

  1. SO COOL, Sis,

    On so many levels. The fussy cutting makes this card almost like a small 3d scene. Faboo!

    ♥ Sis

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  2. What a great masculine card! love the papers you used and that fun tag!

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  3. Oh my...I love this card! So many of us have trouble creating masculine cards, but you've nailed it!
    Love your use of the patterned papers and the fussy cut fish.
    I'm so glad you joined us at Seize The Birthday. :)

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  4. Nina, this is a wonderful masculine card...love that strip of chevron. My SIL would love this card, he is an avid fisherman! Thank you for playing with us at Seize the Birthday!

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  5. What a fabulous masculine card. Great layout and perfect combination of elements. Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday!

    p.s. I live in beautiful BC too!

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