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 Splitcoaststampers.com 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 MyScraproom.ning.com.  Check that site out it's full inspiring ladies and Gina (Aka Scrappinology) is fully exciting challenges and swaps. 

Hugs, Friday


4 comments:

NickelNook 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 kidding...run!)

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.
Yvette

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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