Friday, August 12, 2011

SFF Happiest Birthday Wishes

Hello, Friends!

It's time for a Sketch Frenzy Friday card! Manly birthday cards are the hardest for me to make, by far. So, when I saw the "Well Worn" Designer Series Paper in the new catalog, I at least knew what paper and colors I could reach for in the new Stampin' Up year! :)
This is the first card I made with it. I love how all of Stampin' Up's things match, so I could choose ribbon, papers, and inks that all go together. That definitely makes those tough cards a little easier.

Since my sentiment was the focal point of this card, I added ribbon to give the card a little more detail. 
Happy Stamping!
I used the following Stampin' Up products to make this card:

Happiest Birthday Wishes Stamp Set and Wonderfully Worn Background Stamp
Not Quite Navy Classic Ink Pad
Cajun Craze Stampin' Write Marker
Cajun Craze, River Rock, and Not Quite Navy Card Stock
Well Worn Designer Series Paper
3/8" Not Quite Navy Taffeta Ribbon
Metallics Brads

Now check out Deb Currier's blog at to see the card she made with this sketch. Then, make your own card and share it with us at


Sharon Wheet said...

I too had to buy that wonderful DSP! I just love how you made the perfect maculine card! I just may CASe it :)

Carey said...

That is one of my favorites of the new DSP. And I love what you did with it. Definitely a four paws up award. Hee hee

Carey and Roscoe

Deb said...

This is a super masculine card! I really should get that ordered! Great job!!

Tammy Fite said...

woohoo--just got my order with the Well-Worn!!! Can't wait to use it! Your card has inspired me!!

inkedx2 said...

Cute card! Great simple birthday card for a workshop.

Mary Davidson said...

Every sheet in Well Worn is wonderful! I Love how you used it in your card. It's an awesome card! TFS!

Nichole Loe said...

I love your masculine birthday card! I always need help in that department.

Patrice H said...

What a awesome card Angela. I'm with everyone else that paper is amazing!

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