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Manly Stars & Stripes

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I loved the Stars and Stripes so much I had to CASE myself and try it again!  This makes a great “man” card!stars n stripes 090209

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s the supplies:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes,
Paper:Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Tudor or Victorian DSP?? (retired)
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip craft,
Accessories: Chocolate Chip 5/8″ grosgrain ribbon, Modern Label punch, Word Window punch, Circle cutter, Mat Pack/Paper Piercer, Antique Brass brads, Large Star punch, Star punch, dimensionals, 1/4″ Circle punch, Chocolate Chip marker, Sponge, Clear Embossing Powder, Punches Plus Classy Brass,

Thanks for stopping by!  Come again soon!

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8 thoughts on “Manly Stars & Stripes

  1. I agree, Wendy – your OCC card definitely is very CASE-able! It makes a terrific guy card and we all know how hard it is to come up with good guy cards – LOL!! I really love the different sized and patterned stars. They attracted me right away and have got me thinking about how I can use stars like that on a creation of my own. You’ll probably be seeing me CASE that star layout at some point! TFS!

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  2. Hi Wendy, This is my first time on your blog and I’ve so enjoyed going back a couple of months and looking at your cards. You do great work and I love that you use some of the older sets. I tend to get so consumed with getting all the new sets I want and forget the older ones that I really do love. I’ve subscribed to your blog and look forward to seeing your cards regularily. I’m not great about leaving comments, but I will enjoy them, I assure you!

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  3. This is FANTASTIC!! Everything about it works so well! You’re an inspiration!

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  4. Shut-up!!!! (Did you ever hear Elaine say that on Seinfeld??) I don’t really talk like that, but when I saw this card it just popped into my mind! Love this card!!! I may try to case it using my Manchester dsp. Where did you use clear embossing powder?

    GREAT card!

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  5. I love the changes you made from the original for this card. It has such a rich, warm feeling to it. Great job!

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  6. You are always so good at the masculine cards! Thanks for sharing because I know I will have something to CASE when I need one! 🙂 Love the colors!

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  7. Watch a “handsome” card

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  8. oops…”What a handsome card”

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