Sunday, April 7, 2013

OWH sketch #167 card challenge

For this week's OWH sketch challenge, I decided to do a masculine and feminine card again. Since we're nearing the Father's Day deadline, I figured a Love you Dad card would be perfect.
paper - My Mind's Eye - Miss Caroline Dilly Dally
stamp - Technique Tuesday
border punch - EK Success
brads - from stash
twine - The Twinery
Versafine ink

And since OWH always needs more Miss You cards, this is the feminine card I made.
paper - My Mind's Eye - Miss Caroline Dilly Dally
stamp - Paper Smooches
brads - from stash
ribbon - May Arts
border die cut - MFT Die-Namics
Versafine ink


13 comments:

  1. Like the male patterns and the edge. Good male card!

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  2. Both super nice cards! Are the butterflies the brads? - the color is perfect with the PP you chose. Great ribbon treatment on the second card too!

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  3. I really like the edge with the paper on the top card. And the second card is so pretty; I love your paper choice and colors and the font on the sentiment!

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  4. Awesome cards. The second one could almost be for anyone. tfs!!!

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  5. Two excellent cards for today's OWH Sketch. The black and white card has the right balance of patterns and layers to make a bold statement, but not too 'busy'. Nice colors in the second card too. I like that you balance the small intricate pattern with splashes of bold embellishments in yellow and blue.

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  6. More wonderful cards and I spy butterflies!!

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  7. Two very nice card. I like that you went with something other than the normal scallop punch on these. Nice color scheme on both.

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  8. These are both such great cards using this week's sketch! I love the masculine version with the spiral punched edge and great dsp!

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  9. Two wonderful interpretations on this week's sketch Kristie. I really like seeing a masculine and feminine version using the same sketch. Great work!

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  10. Great cards! Thanks for showing a masculine and feminine both.

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  11. Both cards really work for me...love how you interpret the sketch...Rock on!!!

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  12. Two terrific cards Kristie. I especially love the black and white one and the border punch you used. Very classic. Thanks for playing.

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  13. Both cards are awesome! I love the border punch on the black and white one.

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