Tuesday, December 30, 2014

SOS 182 - Thrice as Nice

Happy Happy Tuesday!! Here we are - December 30th! Time for the very last SHOPPING OUR STASH challenge for 2014.

This week's challenge is Thrice as Nice. The SOS crew wanna see THREE different design papers on your project this week.

Here's what I came up with for the Thrice is Nice challenge:

With this week's challenge I learned that my black futon cushion makes a great background for taking pictures of cards when it's too cold, rainy or dark to take a picture outside! LOL

Shite I used to make this card:
  • White cardstock (Fireworx)
  • "Max" papers and accessories (Bella Blvd.)
    • Masters of Disguise design paper
    • Borders design paper (toy soliders and "what a guy!" came from this paper)
    • Trinkets
    • Paper Pieces die cuts
    • Candid Cards
Visit the SHOPPING OUR STASH BLOG for all the details on the challenge and while you are there, please share some crafty lovin' with the rest of the SOS Crew.


Leslie Hanna said...

Oooh, well done! Love that strip of soldiers across the front. This would be a great card for a kid who's into toy soldiers.

lauren bergold said...

oooooooooooooooh! those "army guys" are a blast from my past... my cousins were OBSESSED with those, i think there are still marks on my feet from stepping on them in the dark, lol! awesome GUY CARD too! <3

Chana Malkah said...

Awesome design! Man cards are so hard...but this one rocks!

Barbara Godden said...

Fabulous man card, they are so hard to do. love the soldiers and yes we had them here when the boys were little.

Becca Cruger said...

Dear jaw, please get up off the floor now. Seriously this is SOOO cool! Your eye for mixing and matching is spot on. Pinning this guy for future inspiration!

Chris Dring said...

Becca pretty much said it perfectly! Holy awesome sauce Batman, your guy card is without a doubt amazing!!

Lindsey said...

I quite love that you took a patterned paper challenge and made a guy card! Seems like most of the time, people go for CAS and no patterns for masculine cards. But this totally rocks!

Jessi Fogan said...

Wait, how is your black futon not actually black + Gordon patterned? This is completely fabulous, such a perfect mix of schtuff!

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