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August 12, 2016

Here is a quick and easy card for any man in your life.  This is one I created for my class this week at Beachmere.  I stamped the greeting from the Perfectly Wrapped stamp set using Early Express onto the bottom right hand corner of Very Vanilla card.  I attached a strip of Early Expresso Designer Series Paper from the Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack to the left hand side before attaching to scored and folded Early Expresso Card. 013 I stamped the boots from the Country Livin’ stamp set onto Crumb Cake card using Early Expresso ink and sponged around the edges uses Crumb Cake ink.  The image panel is attached to Early Expresso card and then the card front using dimensionals.

014To decorate the inside panel, I stamped the image from the Timeless Textures stamp set across the bottom of Very Vanilla card using Crumb Cake ink.  The boot image is stamped onto the left hand corner using Early Expresso ink.

All in all a really simple card.  I have to admit that this is one stamp set that I was drawn to immediately when I saw the new catalogue.  It has three images – the boots, a guitar and a gorgeous old truck – perfect to represent our beautiful outback Queensland.  Of course, I also thought of my grandson and husband who are both pretty good guitar players!  I can see these images featuring in my project life pages, especially the ones about our travels in outback Queensland.

What do you think of this stamp set?  Will it make it onto your wish list or have you already purchased it?  I’d love to know.

Bye for now,


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