Thursday, June 22, 2017

Ink & Inspiration Blog Hop

Welcome to my first time playing along with my new Design Team Girls!


You are currently visiting Lisa Eaton from Australia. I hope you enjoy my Masculine Themed card this week, I know I had fun creating it.


I've created this super cute card for my awesome hubby Jason.  On Sunday mornings, before the teenagers get up, we sit and chat about our week ahead, he always asks what I've got on & what my Stampin' Up! plans are for the week.

I've used my FAVOURITE Suite from the new catalogue, Coffee Break.  I was in love with the Designer Series Paper the second I spotted it - and the matching Stamp Set - what's not to love!?

Here's a bit of a close up of the messy layering and distressing - my "Masculine" element.


I've used Crumb Cake to create the card base, given it a swipe over with Early Espresso on a Stampin' Sponge and then layered up some of the Coffee Break DSP's - which I think make cards really easy, such great prints - on BOTH sides.

I hope that you like what I've created and that we've inspired you to try something different.  Don't forget to hop your way through my talented Design Team Members, I am sure know there is lots more inspiration to be had!

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11 comments:

  1. Love this! Gah! Another set to add to my wish list lol xx

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    1. You mean it wasn't already on your list...*oh my*

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  2. Love your card! Great colour combo!

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  3. I love your use of the DSP. Amazing use of this set.

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  5. Yes! Happiness is a coffee shared with a friend! Love this suite, great card! Xx

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  6. Great layers & layout, looks really good!

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  7. I love what you've done with the suite, Lisa! I love your use of all the different papers.

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  8. Love your card Lisa - the DSP is so versatile. And congratulations on your promotion xx

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  9. Perfect for a guy! You nailed it, Lisa :-)

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