Friday, February 3, 2012

Tri-Shutter Card that I made

Hey Fellow Crafters and Bloggy Friends,
I'm here today to share a birthday card for Nephew this month.  I thought I would make a Tri-Shutter Card that I learn on site.  I go there quit often to get ideas and learn new card techniques and folds.  It's an Awesome Site for inspiration too. 

Here is my card:

I'm always struggle with masculine card every time I make one.  I don't know why that is, really... I bought this Bobunny Paper from my local AcMoore store and they were clearance's them out.  I got them for .10 cents a sheet.  I may have to go back and get some more.  Score! 

I used some Ek Sucess punches for the greetings.  Love those punches.  I use them all the time now.  Then I used some buttons (my go to Masculine embellies) and Sheer brown ribbon.  That's it.  The folds are pretty easy and also the cutting too.  Give it a try.

Thanks everyone for stopping by today.  Have a Great FRIDAY! 

I will be back with another birthday card I have made for a Challenge on  Check that site out it's full inspiring ladies and Gina (Aka Scrappinology) is fully exciting challenges and swaps. 

Hugs, Friday


Nancy said...

Your card is absolutely FABULOUS, Friday! Yes, if they were selling that Bo Bunny paper for 10 cents a sheet then you must RUN back there right now and buy ALL of it! Go...go like the wind, Friday! ALL of it I tell you...ALL OF IT!! haha Have a wonderful weekend! :o)
(but I'm not even!)

Linda said...

Hey Friday! You did a wonderful job on your nephew's card! I love SCS too! Have a wonderful weekend! xoxo!

Yvette said...

Great masculine card. I too struggle all the time with them. I'm already pulling my hair because I want to make hubby a Valentine card. Humm a red masculine card hahaha. Actually the best one I've made for him was from CardsTV. And Mary made one with a chocolate chip that said something like "your the chips in my life" It was awesome. hehehe
hugs, Have a great weekend.

Melinda said...

This is a fabulous masculine card...heck, it's a fabulous card period!!! Love your use of papers.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting today. I appreciate your kind words.


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