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Monday, September 22, 2014

Typeset DSP with a MAsculine Clean and Simple Look


I've been having fun using the Typeset Specialty paper in the Annual Catalog.We used some of the Typeset paper at my last stamp class and I really enjoyed the quick and vintage feel it can evoke. Since one of the challenges  I had gone to was a masculine birthday challenge I knew that the numbers would work well. The sketch challenge gave me a fun layout to stamp the simply CELEBRATE. Be sure to go check out the other challenge samples at Connie and Mary and the Paper Players.


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It was kind of an interesting day here in Auburn. We just got back from attending an amazing wedding in downtown L.A. in Southern Calif and came back to MORE smoke filled skies from an enormous fire in the Sierras. We are not in any danger but we can't open our windows because of the smell and unhealthy air. I can deal with that except I had to spend some time outside with my hens trying to catch them and roll them in some dust to help rid them of a mite infestation. Hopefully they are on the mend as they have lost a lot of feathers and are not interested in laying any eggs. Is it possible to feel compassion for stupid chickens? They may be asking the same thing about stupid owners!!! LOL

O.k.. back to today's card. 
It has a Rich Razzleberry card base with a reduced panel of Basic Black 5 1/4" x 3 and Baked Brown Sugar 5 1/4" x 1". Next comes a vanilla panel 4 3/4" x 5". The 2 strips of the Typeset DSP are 1 1/4" wide and varying lengths depending on how you line up the strips. Each of the pieces were sponged with Crumb Cake ink. Before I attached it to the vanilla layers I pulled out the Rich Razzleberry color by adding just a small accent strip from the MOONLIGHT DSP stack. Who knew that a 1/4" strip could make such a subtle impact. After the layers are attached I sponged all the way around the vanilla layer. Stamp the "CELEBRATE" from the Holiday Invitation photopolymer stamp set in Rich Razzleberry.

Moonlight Designer Series Paper by Stampin' Up!  Holiday Invitation Photopolymer Stamp Set

Add a cute arrow clip embellishment from the ESSENTIAL HARDWARE CLIPS collection. I looped on a couple of Linen Thread tails to give an extra masculine texture. I love being able to show the whole clip instead of attaching it to a paper edge....thank you Glue Dots.

Clips Essentials Hardware  Linen Thread


Please join me tomorrow for another card using the Typeset DSP and the Seasonally Scattered stamp set from the Holiday Catalog.

12 comments:

  1. Awesome card! I love Typeset designer paper and the patterns you used paired with the Moonlight dsp are really eye-catching! Love the vintage look of your card! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie and Mary. And I hope your chickens get better - mites sound miserable.

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  2. I love how you used the designer papers to make the strips! So unique and creative! And what a great way to use the clip! A great masculine card! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  3. The DSPs you used look great on this sketch! And they do give a real masculine feel to the card while the Blackberry Bliss DSP really makes it pop! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  4. Fun idea to make strips with the DP..that typeset paper is awesome! Thanks for joining us this week at The Paper Players!

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  5. Oooooo...how cool this is Pam! I love the embellishment you added - how fun! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

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  6. Fun use of that little clip! This makes a wonderful masculine card. Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary.

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  7. Oh, I do like this masculine card! The little clip looks like a rocket shooting off! Cool idea! Thanks for playing along in the sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary

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  8. Terrific combination of challenges! The colors are wonderful and the sketch works perfectly for a masculine card. So glad you shared your creation at The Paper Players.

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  9. What an amazing card!!! I love the DSP, the numbers along the one side was such a great idea for a birthday card! Thanks so much for joining the sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  10. Wow, what a wonderful mix of patterns and you have really rocked both challenges, Pam! Perfect guy card! Thanks for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!

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  11. Love the pop of razzleberry in there--it really perks up the whole design. Cool layout and great job combining challenges...Thank you for joining us this week at The Paper Players!

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