16 February 2012

Male Happy Birthday - DTDF

For my card today I have made another male card using products available at Dies to Die for. I have taken some Bazzill Kraft CS and made this into a base. I have then taken some Bazzill Maraschino CS and layered this with Echo Park Little Boy Sailboats paper and added this to the base. I have taken the banner type dies from the MFT Die-Namics First Place Award Set and cut this with more Marischino CS. I stamped the 'happy' in the greeting from the CC Designs Amy R Big Words set in Memento Ladybug ink and then the 'birthday' from the CC Designs Amy R Handy Additions set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on to more Kraft CS. I have then cut this out with a Nestabilities Rectangle die and added to the base with 3D foam pads. I have cut a star using the MFT Die-Namics Stacking Stars set and added this to the panel. I have finished the card by adding Pebbles Inc Candy Dots to the blue panel. I have based the layout of this card on the MFT Sketch 52.

STAMPS: CC Designs. INK: Memento Tuxedo Black & Ladybug. CS: Bazzill Basics, Echo Park. TOOLS: Nestabilities, My Favourite Things Die-Namics. EMBELLISHMENTS: Pebbles Inc Candy Dots.

Thanks for visiting me today, see you at the weekend for something new to DTDF, a new challenge blog!


  1. Wonderful card Michelle, just perfect! You have such a lovely fresh clean style...love it!


  2. Seriously super card Michelle :) x

  3. Love the clean lines of this Michelle, a great masculine card!

  4. Great card, nice clean style. Would def. work for a guy card, those can be a pain!

  5. stunning card Michelle I love the CAS look hugs Jill xx

  6. Looks fantastic Michelle, love the bright colours and more dies to tempt me ;0)
    Jenny x


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