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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Right on Par


I'm squeezing a challenge in just in the knick of time, I needed a card for my father-in-law's birthday on St. Patrick's Day so whipped this together tonight.

Being that I love sketches and I participated in Retro Sketches first challenge, I couldn't skip not doing the 2nd sketch.  I did turn it on the side but this was an easy sketch to do.


I pulled out a favorite set (or 2 or 3) from Clear & Simple Stamps-Foursome and Golf Gent (both retired).  These are just great masculine sets.  I love to paper piece them with patterned paper.


Hope that you are having a great week!  
I'm hoping to stamp one more card tonight before I call it a night.  
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Card details:
Stamps: Foursome & Golf Gent from Clear & Simple Stamps (both retired)
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Kraft Like a Rockstar Ivory, Dish All the Dirt Brown, Baja Breeze, Echo Park This & That
Inks: Dish All the Dirt Brown, copics
Embellishments: dimensionals

9 comments:

Sue from Oregon said...

Great card!

Susie said...

Fabulous work.

Deb Neerman said...

WoW, this is fabulous! LOVE that sketch and those terrific 'manly' images!!

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

I love what you did with the sketch. Your coloring is wonderful. Great man card!

Anita Houston said...

Cool stamp set and I love how laid it all out! I might need this set for all my golfers!

TenSGal said...

Very nice....love the use of the patterned paper!

Lori said...

Fabulous masculine card--love the paper pieced shirt!

Suzanne C said...

Perfect masculine card and especially for an avid golfer!

Arielle ~ SnappyStamper said...

Your paper piecing is perfect! I love it! Sorry it's taken me this long to come back and comment - I only had time to peek at everyone's cards before! Thanks so much for playing with us at RetroSketches and I hope you will join us again!

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