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Monday, August 29, 2016

CCMC421 Masculine Birthday


Happy Monday, peeps!  Hope you had a great weekend!  We went to a birthday party/picnic/fish fry yesterday to celebrate my nephew's birthday, so I used the Create with Connie & Mary sketch for his card:
 CCMC421
I chose some papers from the Serene Scenery 6x6 pad and paired it with Gorgeous Grunge and Perfectly Wrapped:


My sentiment is from a past Paper Pumpkin kit; I added some Soft Sky stars to break up the "brown-ness", and a few candy dots for simple embellishments, and for the horizontal element, a little sliver of Crumb Cake was stamped with the arrow stamp from Perfectly Wrapped. I distressed it with a bone folder and popped it up with some dimensionals!


John gave Cassidy a bank for her birthday; there were sections for tithing, saving and spending! Need to get her in the habit early!  She had fun putting the stickers on:



The finished product:


We took all the money out of her piggy bank, separated each set of coins into groups of ten, then she put one coin in the church (tithing) portion; four coins in the store (spending) portion; and five coins in the bank (savings) portion.  She hasn't quite grasped the concept that she could actually spend part of her money yet....although I am sure she will figure it out soon enough!


Thanks for visiting today!

17 comments:

Esther said...

What a fabulous, stylish card. So much visual and actual texture - I love it!

Lori said...

I love this card! Perfect "guy" card!

Kampin' Karen said...

Nice card for your nephew. Cassidy's bank is so cool. Love the tithing part especially.

Chris Slogar said...

Great papers and background! I love how the stars and candy dots catch the eye! Fun card! Thank you for joining us at Create with Connie and Mary!

I Card Everyone said...

You've really made that great sketch work perfectly for you, LeAnne ... LOve those papers! Cassidy's bank is the cutest thing - a great lesson for life!
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Lisa Martz said...

Love this! Such a great grouping of papers and texture stamps! Very industrial looking. Thanks for playing the Create with Connie and Mary sketch challenge this week!

Jenny Engelke said...

Wow, this is completely cool! I love the "textured" dsp layered on top of the stamped circles. The popped up stars add wonderful depth too! Excellent! Thanks for playing along with us at Create with Connie and Mary!

JoAnn said...

Love your great masculine card. Nice color combo and texture.
Cute photos of Cassidy.

mudmaven said...

Love the card and what a wonderful idea for Cassidy! I am sure she will figure the spending option out in short order though, they always do! ~chris

Connie Babbert said...

GORGEOUS masculine card! I love all the stamped circles in the background, too! GREAT idea for a bank, too! I was planning on getting my grand-kids banks for Christmas...I'll have to look for this one!

Dawn Tidd said...

This is an awesome masculine card! Love all the texture you created with the DSP and stamping. I bet your nephew loved it! That bank is a great present.

Cheryl Mooney said...

I am happy for Cassidy that she is learning to be wise with her money...this is sure to "pay off" in many ways. And your card looks very masculine, love the color pairing.

Lisa said...

This is a terrific masculine card Leanne!! What a cute little bank for Cassidy. You're right, it's never too early for them to learn!

Joanne James said...

I really love this card LeAnne - the textured papers work so well and the blue stars really pop against the neutrals. A perfect guy card! Thanks for joining us over at Create With Connie and Mary this week!

Mary Brown said...

WOW...GORGEOUS!!! I love this! That little top of blue is perfect! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

libbystamps said...

Fabulous take on the sketch this week! Love your choice of DSP! Thanks for playing along at Create with Connie and Mary!

Narelle Farrugia said...

Oh wow! Your card is awesome and so perfectly detailed - love everything about it! ps. Knew your card was going to be a winner too!