lundi 30 janvier 2017


Hello everyone!

Today I come with a quick and easy masculine card.

Only four steps to do this card!
1. Fold the base card, double the top page with a paper of another color and tear both papers simultaneously from top to bottom to get a similar line on both papers.
2. Take a white piece of paper in the same size as the card and emboss it.
3. Punch a word 3 times and stick it together.
4. Glue all parts as following:
- the colored strip with a slight distance under the torn side of the base card,
- the embossed paper under the torn side - now you have the top of the card,
- washi tape and the die-cut word!

I added a few splashes in black using a brush!

....what I used!

+ black, white and turquoise cardstock

Thanks for reading!

Linking to: 
The Male Room - Washi
HLS January - Anything Goes With Dies
Stamploration - Anything CAS
MFT Challenge - Color Challenge 


11 commentaires:

  1. Brilliant! I love the texture and the way the washi echo it! Very bold! Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room. Deborah, DT.

  2. Absolutely LOVE it. Great texture and colours and the washi placement. Thank you for linking to The Male Room washi challenge. Faith DT

  3. Superbe, très jolie utilisation du washi, biz

  4. Schaut echt cool aus! Und wie toll, dass sie nicht so aufwendig ist!

  5. magnifique carte masculine! bises!

  6. You made such a beautiful cas card and I like how you use Washi :-))
    Thanks for playing at Male Room. Hugs, Andreja

  7. Such a nice masculine card. I like the splashes of black you added. Thanks for playing along in the STAMPlorations CAS challenge.

  8. This is fabulous, Rosi! I love the bold patterns, strong colours and that big sentiment :)

  9. Großartige Männerkarte, bin begeistert!!

  10. This is fabulous CAS! Love the texture on your card. Thanks for playing along with HLS Jan Anything Goes With Dies

  11. Sehr dramatisch, mit all dem Schwarz! Sieht super gut aus!


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