Wednesday, August 19, 2015

A Masculine Thank You

 When I first saw the color combination over at Just Us Girls, I thought I'd play along making a Christmas card, but that all changed when it came time to put the ink to paper.  I decided to make a masculine thank you note for a co-worker who will be celebrating his 5 year anniversary with us in a few weeks. It all came together very quickly with a few PaperSmooches stamps.  Love when cards are almost all inks and stamps!

14 comments:

  1. You are very thoughtful, Lynn! And this is a really great masculine card!

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  2. Fabulous use of the colors! Thanks for joining in at JUGS!

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  3. I love that 'all came together very quickly'. That rarely happens for me, Lynn. You are fabulous with 'just ink and stamps'.

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  4. Oh, I could totally see these colours on a Christmas card too! LOVE this for a masculine card! ox Hugs to all the boys on the first day of school! We have 3 weeks left :)

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  5. Well you know you had me at grey ... love these fabulous stamps!!
    =] M

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  6. Very cool, Lynn ... the generational stamping is gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)

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  7. Great cas card and perfect for any occasion. Looks super in our colours for this weeks challenge at Just Us Girls. Thanks for joining us.

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  8. Lynn, Isn't it funny how our intentions waiver when we start creating! Super card for your co-worker and I am sure he loved it! Thanks for joining us in our gallery at Just Us Girls!

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  9. Beautiful card. Love those ferny-ish leaves.

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  10. Funny-- my idea of masculine would always include kraft, but this works.

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  11. That bold black stripe works so beautiful with the delicate twigs! And I love this colorcombi! Hugs, Gerrina

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  12. Fantastic guy card! Love all the off-stamping!

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  13. Love this colour combo and the leaf and flower combo is fabulous too :)

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  14. Fab card, Lynn! Love your gray and red for the leaves and flowers!

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