Friday, March 24, 2017

Grunge Love You Card

Hey Y'all!!!

 Tenia here from Jazzy Paper Designs with a super fun card made with IMAGINE Crafts products.....CHECK IT!!!!
Here are the directions to make this super fun card!!


 1. Stamp image with Rich Cocoa ink and add splatter using Rich Cocoa Fireworks Craft spray.


2. Die cut heart from cardboard box.


3. Stamp sentiment onto image panel using Tuxedo Black ink. Also add twine, washi, sticker stitches. Adhere heart onto card.


4.Adhere image panel onto Kraft cardstock and add tiny heart stickers.







IMAGINE Crafts Products used



Other Products
Stamps: Concord & 9th
Paper: Michaels, Crafter's Companion
Embellishments: Tiny Hearts(American Crafts) Washi Tape(Queen and Co), Sticker Stitches(SRM), Twine(The Twinery)
Tools: Heart Die(Richard Garay), Big Shot(Ellison)
Techniques: Splatter, Die Cutting



I hope y'all enjoyed this super fun and easy card!! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!!


I also played along in the Watercooler Wednesday challenge:

I played along Tuesday Throwdown Dimension challenge and I also played along in the 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes challenge!!!



-t

5 comments:

Milka Gubo said...

WOW!!! Tenia, this is GORGEOUS CAS card!!! Looooove it!! Thank you for sharing and inspiration!! :o) xx

Marsha J Reed said...

Wonderful card, Tenia! I love all the textures you've used as well as the colors. Thanks for joining us this week at Watercooler Wednesday Challenges.

Penny Hanuszak said...

It's sometimes hard to come up with a "love card" for a guy, but you've nailed it with this one Tenia. Simple but masculine enough and well coordinated. I'd CASe this one for sure. Thanks for sharing it at the Watercooler Wednesday WWC111 Masculine Anything Goes challenge. Awesome!

Birdie said...

Tenia, you really mastered the art of dimension! Love the "non-cute" look, good for just about anyone. Thanks for entering this on the Tuesday Throwdown challenge this week.

Heather Hopson said...

This is gorgeous and very Masculine1 There are so many elements in the card and they all work together to create a beautiful card. Thank you for sharing your steps with us and your card on Watercooler Wednesday this week.