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A Masculine Tri-Shutter Card

Happy first day of June!! Well, my time as Guest Designer for Serendipity Stamps is officially over... but I do have a couple more cards to share using their New Releases for Spring/Summer that I didn’t get posted yet!  With Father's Day is coming up, I decided to try a Tri-Shutter Card using the new sentiment, “We Don’t See Things”… along with the “Glasses & Book” stamp. 
Here’s a view from the top:
 
This paper was from a kit I’ve had and never used because I don’t do masculine cards often. Not too sure I like the grey/silver tire tread pieces?  But the rust colored with the clocks is cool.

I paper pieced the book and then added clear stardust gellyroll pen to highlight the book pages, glasses and clock face and then silver sparkly pen for the alarm bell thingies on top. 

I stamped the sentiment on some real wood from McMahon Five Designs & finished with copper brads.

 

Thanks for stopping by today!  Hope you get time to 'Ink Something' *Ü*

Comments

Kathy W. said…
Wow Kris, this is beautiful! Great job on the tri-fold and that paper is perfect! Love it :)
Danni said…
Stunning and jaw dropping!!

Love the photo!! So cute!
Kelly L said…
Gorgeous, gorgeous Father's Day card, Kris!! I love all the manly elements - diamond plate, wood, metal, pocket watch - very cool and an antique look to it too with the natural colors. :)

Maddy's pic is too cute! Love the beach themed bday cake and I too am looking forward to a beach get away in about 2 months -- still trying to watch what I am eating to get into that swimming suit though. *sigh* Kel
Unknown said…
Your work is supeeeeeeeeeerb, amazing, outstanding. Very very happy birthday to your daughter send me a piece of cake its really looking awesome. Thank you so much for all your comment I greatly appreciate it.And very very welcome to my blog.
Glenda Atkins said…
I am in awe, this is the best male card out there, I love, love it! Awesome job!
Wendy @ E-1-A said…
Fab project and love the quote!

I have left a wee award over on my blog for you :D

Thank you for being such a blessing to me over on SSIC!

Wendy @ ECTaS
Wonderful card Kris - the paper is a great choice.
Love the birthday girl photo too!!
Blessings
Maxine
Diane Noble said…
Love the card...looks like it took forever--so much delicious detail. Speaking of delicious...what a fabulous bd cake. The bd girl is adorable!!!
AmethystCat said…
love,love, love the dp and stamps you used on your tri-fold shutter card! it's wonderfully strong and artistic - great card!
Leanne ... said…
Frist Happy Birthday to your daughter! The cake is really cute. Getting you pumped for the beach. Love the trifold card. Nice job.
Hugs...Leanne

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