Thursday, August 1, 2013

CCEE Challenge 1331 - Masculine Birthday card

Our hostess for the month of August at CCEE Stampers Challenge blog is one of our talented team mates, Vicky Gould!!  Vicky has asked us to make a masculine birthday card and use brown, green and tan!  While the picture above makes the green look  yellow - I swear it is green.  I tried the flash, no flash, inside, outside - and they all took about the same!  Hope you can join us this week by dropping your card into Inlinkz for all to enjoy!

Card Recipe:

Stamp:  Six-Sided Sampler by SU; Teeny Tiny Wishes by SU
Paper:  MFP Flecked CS; MFP Hazelnut TanCS;  and Michael's Light Green CS
Ink:  SU Baked Brown Sugar
Accessories:  SU Hexagon Punch; SU Hexagon EF; SU Label Punch

Thanks for stopping by - later gator!


  1. Love all the very trendy shapes and colors and textures here Kathy. I want this folder and punch and now I want it even more after seeing your card. Well done. Hugz!

  2. I hate it when cameras don't give true colors...I often have the same problem.

    Love those hexagons on this pretty masculine card, Kathy!

  3. We've certainly all had the color problem with photos, Kathy. I like those hexagons -- they make a great guy card.

  4. it's a lovely hexagon card Kathy.

    greetings karin

  5. I love the hexagons. What a great guy card, Kathy.

  6. A fabulous masculine card. Love the hexagons. Our minds were sure thinking a like on this challenge.

  7. That geometric layout is just perfect for a great guy card, Kathy.
    Red is the colour that gives me most trouble - don't you just hate it when you can't get the photo to look right.

  8. taking the picture is often the hardest part of card making....dang this masculine geometric design


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