Thursday, January 30, 2014

Kraft Journal Sketch 156


Happy Thursday, peeps!  I have a masculine birthday card for you today, courtesy of The Kraft Journal’s sketch 156:

While I love Sale-a-bration and the mini catalogs, I sometimes think the sets from the regular catalog get forgotten, so I am trying to use them more often.  You see lots of the other stuff out in blogland, so hopefully you’ll see something different here!  I pulled out Soho Subway DP and Postage Due for this one:

LeAnne Pugliese WeeInklings Postage Due Shabby Birthday

I stamped directly onto the Soho Subway paper, grunging it up with Gorgeous Grunge, and distressing my little postage stamps a bit; I even pulled the paper layers apart so they had a lighter feel to them:


I added some burlap trim, distressed my mats, and added a little sentiment banner, and it was done!  Now it’s off to the mailbox to its receipient!

This is what I call the “bossy face”…


Ahhhh….this one is better!


My WeeInkling stamping supplies:
Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.


Bev Gomez said...

wow AWESOME! card LeAnne. Love it and love the way you are linking the pics of the supplies. Very smart my friend. WHo was Cassidy being bossy to, her bear?

stampwithsandy said...

I'm with you, LeAnne. I love the products in the regular catalog and enjoy seeing your use of them. Great masculine card. I can never seem to make use of that burlap trim but you incorporate it perfectly. Have a great day!

Frenchie said...

No not our Cassady BOSSY
Lol ,
Have a wonderful day and stay warm ❤️
Hugs Frenchie

Lisa said...

Fun layers and texture LeAnne, a great guy card! So who was she or grandpa!!

dpkennedy said...

I love the scrappy vintage look and great neutrals! Cool card!

Linda said...

Great card. That is a neat stamp set. I really like that. And I love both faces. LOL

Sleepy Stamper said...

Great Masculine card! Love all the elements you have used and the distressing! I think any face on that cutie is just precious! Thank you for joining us this week over at The Kraft Journal!