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Sunday, June 24, 2018

CUTE AS A BUTTON JUNE INSPIRATION

Hello There My Crafty Friends,
I would like to share a card I made with y'all for the
Cute As A Button Showcase Blog

I love this adorable 'Fishing' image and had a lot of fun working with it.
I enjoy fishing and finally after not going for 5 years, I went fishing. 
My hubby and I had a great time and will be going again soon. :0)
...For This Card - Step By Step...
  White cardstock for the card base.
 Cut a piece of patterned paper to fit the center of the card.
 Went around the patterned paper and image with the distressing tool.
Cut a piece of burgundy paper and used the paper crimper on it.
Went around the patterned paper, crimped paper and image with distress ink.
Used distress ink on the clock and tag as well.
Then I taped everything onto the card.
I had a piece of paper from a die cut that looked like a worm, though it was cut in pink, 
so I used the distress ink on it and glued it to the card.
 
...Products Used...
Digistamp 'Fishing' By: Cute As A Button
Marco Raffine Colored Pencils
KaiserCraft 6.5" Paper Pad 'Outdoor Trail'
Tim Holtz idea-ology Ephemera Pack 'Thrift Shop'
Prima Marketing Distressing Tool
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad 'Tattered Rose'
Fiskars Paper Crimper
Unbranded Leaf Die
Paper Worm :)
Ad-tech Crafter's Precision Glue
Plus Tape Runner
Green/Burgundy/White Cardstock

I hope you like my card and it gives you some inspiration.

If you're looking for some more inspiration come visit...
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Thank you for visiting.
Happy Crafty Hugs,
Sherry x

...Challenges Entered...
Alphabet Challenge - G is for Great Outdoors
CARDZ TV Challenge #53 - Anything Goes
Simply Create Too Challenge #139 - For A Male
Simply Papercraft Challenge #58 - Anything Goes
Time Out Challenges Challenge #112 - Warm
Sasayaki Glitter Challenge - Summer Fun
Ellibelle's Crafty Wednesday - Make It Masculine
The Male Room Challenge #88 - Inspired By A Film Title 'Huckleberry Finn'

11 comments:

  1. A great card and image-i used to go beach fishing with my Dad when I was young and funnily enough my daughter has just gone with her partner this aft for the first time and sent me a pic of a big carp she caught
    Carol x

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  2. This is so beautiful!! I love the image and the details you added!! It's so fabulous!! Have a great evening!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. a fantastic card with awesome details!

    thank you so much for playing along with us at alphabet challenge!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    Silvi xoxo

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  4. Such a fun masculine card! I love the brown tones you chose to go with your colored in image -the browns add to the natural, rustic feel to this card! Great details too. Thanks for joining us at TIME OUT!

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  5. I love it! What a fun summery card, although I am not into fishing at all! Thanks for joining us at Sasayaki Glitter! :)

    ~Marie B -DT

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  6. Great card! Thank you for sharing. Good luck from Eclectic Ellapu.

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  7. This is such a fabulous image and the way you coloured it makes it look like a piece of art!! I used to take the kids fishing off a jetty when they were younger but now they are heading into 'teenagedom' they aren't interested anymore. Really like all the details you added, especially the tiny worm and those pretty leaves with the stitch details. So glad you shared this with us at TIME OUT!

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  8. This is such a beautiful male card, it definitely reminds me of Huckleberry Finn! Thanks so much for playing along at The Male Room Craft Challenge. Good Luck! 😃

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  9. Thank you for joining us at The Male Room with this great masculine card.

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  10. I do like this card - such a lovely image and beautifully coloured. Thanks so much for playing along with our Film Title challenge at The Male Room. Deborah, DT. PS Sorry to be so late commenting!!

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