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Sunday Card Share - 3D star Congrats Card

Sunday card share #76

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Happy Sunday friends!
I have another masculine card for you today. I went through my stash and grabbed some
Crate Paper Boys Rule papers, some dies, and pop dots.
Sunday Card Share - 3D star Congrats Card
I used some paper scraps for some layering and before gluing things down, I inked the edges of all the papers with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.  I cut three small stars and one large one large star as the focal image.

I created a dimensional look on the largest star by creasing the paper from all points on the star and using pop dots on the back in the center to keep it popped up. I stacked three layers of pop dots to do that.Sunday Card Share - 3D star Congrats CardMy nephew recently for excepted into Fanshawe College out in London, Ontario so my plan was to give this card to him. The congrats sentiment was die-cut using the Celebration Block Words die from Tim Hotlz.  That finished off this week’s card share, thank you for visiting the SN blog.

I hope you found some inspiration in today’s post. Happy crafting!
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Sunday card share #31

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Welcome back to another Sunday card share everyone.
My card this week was made for my nephew, he’s turing 17 and is not into the cute cards that I use to make him. I enjoy making masculine cards but I don’t use them as much. I used the Crate Paper Boys Rule 6×6 paper pad, wood veneer stars from Studio Calico and a sentiment stamp from Hero Arts.
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Sunday card share #30

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Happy Sunday crafty friends,
Our card share this week is a different one for me. My inspiration was the cork fox I had in my stash from the We R Memory Keepers collection Shine. It was sitting around for a while but I could not part with it… ever have something like that in your stash?

To me to fox looks like the fox is howling and so the scene was created in my head.
I watercolored the grass area, used stamps for the moon and clouds; the brushstrokes stamp set from Hero Arts. I used gold ink on the wood veneer stars for a bit of shine. Finally vintage photo distress ink all around the edges.

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Sunday card share #28

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Welcome back & happy Sunday!
One more week until Valentine’s Day and I want to make a card for my husband. I sometimes make 3 or 4 and then select which one I like best. I include the leftovers in card packs I gift to friends of family members or I just same them 🙂

I inked up some wood veneer shapes with black ink and used pattern paper behind the glasses. I added some glossy accents for a bit of detail in the glasses. Using a fine tip black pen I added faux stitching and some doodle lines to the card.

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The word stickers are from the Tim Holtz, seasonal chitchat sticker book.Sunday card share at scrapbooknerd.com

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Sunday card share #27

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Happy Sunday crafty friends,
I’ve been going into a masculine card kick over the next several weeks. I have some birthday cards and with Valentine’s day just around the corner I’ll have a few of those also.

Today’s card share is using the Crate Paper Boys Rule 6×6 paper pad. I chose a metal die and some wood veneer as the feature on this one. I also used distress inks for some stamping & the inking on the edges on the background paper, also two of the balloons have been popped up with foam squares.

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