Friday, November 18, 2011

Wanna Host a Birthday Card Workshop?

I am playing in some challenges again with this card! I just love all the great games and inspiration available on the internet for us stampers!
This is a birthday card we will be making at Fayleen's Birthday Card Birthday Party! We are getting all of Fay's girlfriends and family together to make 3 birthday cards featuring a*muse studio products. It's going to be our 2 hours of happy, that is for sure!
This card features these a*muse studio products:
Toffee, Currant, Sky, Onyx and School Lined Card Stocks.
Sky, Slate, Currant, Lemon Whip and French Roast Ink.
Stamps from Rock Star and Essential Sentiments.
Circle Punches.
That's it! with a*muse studio, great cards can be made with just the basics: stamps, ink and paper.
Here are the challenges I am entering this card in:
For Your Inspiration Challenges
has this LOVER-LY photo inspiration challenge! Isn't that view AMAZING! I wish I was there.
CCEE Stampers 1146 is use 2 punches or use 2 dies. I used two punches.

Thank you for stopping by! Yo.


Trudy Osborn said...

Hi, Risa! I just wanted to say thanks for your sweet comments on my blog. I haven't been stamping lately...I have been doing tons of knitting and crochet instead. I go into my stamping area and just stare at it, and leave =).

I also need to say that I LOVE this card of yours...teenage boy cards are some of the hardest in the world for me, and your nailed it here!!! LOVE!!!

wannabcre8tive said...

Your card is really cute. Thanks for joining us in the CCEE Stampers challenge.

StephC said...

Great card! Fabulous interpretation of the inspiration photo. So glad you joined us at FYI!

Vicki Dutcher said...

What a great take from the photo! Awesome masculine card~ Thanks for joining in at For Your Inspiration!

dstandard said...

What a fun card from the photo! Thanks for playing at Unscripted Sketches!

Michelle said...

Risa, I love the way you've used the colours from the inspiration photo. This is a great "boy" card! Thanks for joining us at FYI!

Debby said...

Great use of colour and placement. Thanks for joining us at FYI!