Friday, 28 June 2019

Ink it! Stamp it! International Design Team Blog Hop - Kids/Male Inspired card - Sailing Home

Welcome to the Ink It! Stamp It! Design Team Blog Hop - we hop every month so be sure to pop back and visit us again!  

Today we are sharing projects with a kids or male theme.

You are currently at my page - Stephanie Fischer, The Crafty Thinker.  At the end of my post there is a full line up of team members, please click on the name after mine in the list to continue the hop.

So my male-themed project features the new Sailing Home Bundle (Sailing Home stamp set and Smooth Sailing Dies at a 10% discount).

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Combining the Noble Peacock paper and foil with Sailing Home Bundle for a masculine card
For something a little different and glamourous (yes, masculine cards can still have glamour!), I've also used the glorious Noble Peacock papers, Noble Peacock Rhinestones and some of the Noble Peacock Foil Sheets.

The greeting is from the First Frost stamp set and I used the Banner Triple Punch to cut the banner tag.

Thank you so much for joining us today and we hope you'll join us again next month when we'll be sharing a technique

I'm Stephanie Fischer and to keep hopping around see the list below to see who is up next with another great project.

Thanks for visiting
'Til next time!
Stephanie

Product List - All products used in this project are available for purchase from my online store

8 comments:

  1. Oh, I love the foil touches! Great design. :)

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  2. I love these foil papers so much and love how you popped up the sailboat on the die cut label!

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  3. Wow stunning card Stephanie, the foil paper looks fabulous x

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  4. Love your masculine card Stephanie. I see a few products that I am going to need to get now.

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