Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Simple Shirt card

I don't make masculine cards very often, so when I started looking at my birthday calender and realized how many birthday cards - along with the graduation, congrats for various accomplishments, and other occasions - I have to make for men in my family this year - I was worried.  (For those who don't know, I challenged myself to send b-day cards to all of the immediate family members in my family and my hubby's...and there's a LOT!)  This actually is a non-specific card (no sentiment)...and has room on the inside portion for a sentiment to be added.  

This is actually a very simple card - most of the work was just in stitching the pieces.  


Materials Used:
  • White Card stock
  • Colorbok patterned paper
  • white thread
  • buttons (from a random assortment)
  • Random Adhesives
Challenges:

6 comments:

  1. Hallo Sara,
    das ist ja eine tolle Karte. Die sieht spitze aus.
    Ganz liebe Grüße
    Tina

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  2. Oh, a man card!....any more ideas gladly accepted, heehee.
    Love that VERY NEAT stitching, Sara, and a great take on our BUTTONS challenge at Card Crafter's Circle...thanks for joining in, and good luck!

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  3. What a perfect card for a buttons challenge! lol.

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  4. What a wonderful card. Your folding and stitching are fantastic, and a super, super way to use the buttons for the button challenge at Card Crafter's Circle. Thank you for joining us this week.

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  5. Hi Sara,
    What a lovely card! Fabulous designer paper and colour combination you used. So creative with these buttons on a man's shirt,so very clever!!!!!!Thanks for playing in the BUTTON challenge this week at Card Crafter’s Circle. So glad you could join us!
    Trish Munro
    http://trishandtreasure.blogspot.com/
    Card Crafter’s Circle Design Team

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