Thursday, July 6, 2017

More Red White and Blue

Hi Crafters~

I decided to get one more red white and blue card done or maybe two.  I have 26 birthday cards to make through the end of the year and 5 are man cards.  These colors are perfect for man cards.

The challenge at Curtain call is Red white and blue, and at Shopping our Stash, it is Flag day, and at Seize the Birthday its anything goes with the optional topping of red, white and you - I am playing with the topping and adding blue as my "you" so I am combining the challenges for these cards.

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  1. Great cards and great use of the colors. Love the boats on each one. Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday.

  2. I absolutely love them both, Cat! I never know how to use a stamp like the sailboat--you used it to perfection here!

  3. Oh, well done! I am totally inspired to take advantage of the R/W/B combination challenges saturating the Blogosphere and do as you have done: make a bunch of masculine cards! Really enjoy the look of both of these-- whatever that wavy paper is that you used on both is the BOMB! Thank you for sharing with us at Shopping Our Stash!

  4. Love this sail boat image, it's perfect for Masculine cards, yours is beautiful and elegant, that wavy pattern paper adds so much to your design.
    Thank you for sharing with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH, hope you play again soon.
    Maria Rodriguez.

  5. those are BRILLIANT guy cards & such a great use of red, white & blue! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR (patriotic colors!) STASH with us this week... times 2! <3

  6. Fabulous use of red white and blue, love both of them. Thanks for joining us at shopping our stash for the Flay Day challenge.

  7. Wonderful masculine cards! Great takes on the inspiration photo!

  8. What fantastic masculine cards Cat, the hardest to make but yours are spot on!

  9. Both are fabulous cards - perfect for the guys in your life :) Thanks for joining in at STB


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