Masculine Get Well Card

by Marti
(Indiana, USA)

Masculine Get Well

Masculine Get Well

Usually masculine cards are hard for me, but this card almost made itself.

I used mixed media. Embossing folder for the pine trees, inked inside before I ran it through, grass die from Cottage cutz, deer trio die from Memory Box and stamped sentiment from Stampendous. I love the results and had so much fun making it.

Marti

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Don't you just love it when a card seems to go together by itself? I find the thing that takes me the longest when cardmaking is the thought I put into a card before I make it. When inspiration just comes, it is wonderful! Especially when making a masculine card. Well done on so many fronts, Marti.

Your card is just lovely. The way you inked over the embossing gave the card such depth. I like how the trees provide a vertical line that is echoed by the sentiment shape. And those little deer standing in their two toned grass, popped up on dimensionals are the nicest finishing touch.

Whoever receives this card will feel very special :)

Thank you for stopping by and showing us your card. You are inspiring!

Happy crafting

Susan

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Nov 06, 2017
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That's Amazing!
by: Susan

Yes! That's amazing about the coincidence! 😄 Very cool!

Susan
papercraftcentral.com

Sep 25, 2017
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Love it
by: Anonymous

I made this card....in the exact same colors probably a year or so ago...same verse/deer/pines! I love how it turned out. What a coincidence!

Aug 09, 2012
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A Wonderful Imagery
by: Meenakshi

Such a beautiful, serene card !

I'm sure, merely recieving such a card will make the person feel much much better & want to go out into the woods as soon as possible.

Good work, Marti :-)


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