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Monday, 2 November 2015

Blue and Beige Journey Collage Masculine

Another masculine card for you today.
This card uses one of the Kaisercraft Collage stamps, this one being Journey.
The image was stamped onto ivory cardstock using Memento Espresso Truffle dye ink and distressed with Tim Holtz Old Paper distress ink. The image panel was then matted onto baby blue cardstock.
A fishtail banner was cut from a strip of the beige script paper from the Perfect Prints Vintage 2 paper pad and added to the centre of the cardblank.
The sentiment, from the Personal Impressions Paula Pascual Double Saying stamp set was stamped at the bottom of the cardblank using the Espresso Truffle ink and Memento Summer Sky dye ink was used on the 'very' word in the sentiment. (Although that doesn't show up very well in the image). The image panel was then added over the top of the fishtail banner.
To add some more interest to the card, some baby blue card candi from Craftwork Cards were added, creating a 'visual triangle'.
For the inside of the card, a double ended fishtail banner was created from the script paper and added to the lower sector of the card.

The Journey image was stamped again onto ivory card using the Old Paper ink and die cut using a Nestabilities square die. This was then overstamped with the 'Birthday Wishes' stamp from the Personal Impression Paula Pascual Mixed Sentiments stamp set using the Espresso Truffle ink, and then matted onto a square of the baby blue cardstock and then onto the fishtail banner.

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