Thursday, February 28, 2013

February Club card

Happy Thursday My Blogger Friends! 
Today I have the card we made at my February Stamp Camp gathering two weeks ago.  We used the Dapper Dad stamp set from the new Spring Catalog and we created a fun spotlight card with Crumb Cake and Midnight Muse cardstock and ink.  Check out this card......
 
We started with a Crumb Cake base card and used a layer of Midnight Muse over the top of that.  We used the Dapper Dad stamp set to stamp (in Midnight Muse) all four images from that set ..... directly onto our midnight muse piece.

We then took Crumb Cake cardstock and First Edition DSP and stamped our Dapper Dad images onto that and using our 1-1/4", 1-3/8" and 1-3/4" circle punches.....we punched out five "SPOT LIGHT" images to add directly over our stamped Midnight Muse piece.
Here's a close-up of what the Dapper Dad shoe stamped looks like when stamped onto the First Edition DSP and then punched out with a 1-3/4" circle punch.  Positioning the First Edition stamped DSP piece right over our shoe image and lining up all the pieces creates a nice "SPOT LIGHT" focal image on the front of this card.
Here's another close-up of the plaid shoe.......
And also the Dapper Dad bow tie is also spotlighted on this card.
I gave the girls three possible options on a sentiment for the inside of their card.......A birthday sentiment.......

A Happy Father's Day sentiment......
Or a Wish Big Birthday sentiment.
Super FUN card to create and can be made up for just about any color combination and any occasion.
 
So there you have it......the Club card project that my club gals made in February.
I'll be back tomorrow to share more Kards by Kadie creations with you.......Hope you can find time to come back and join me for that share tomorrow.  Keep Living Your Dream!

2 comments:

Patti Willey said...

Glad you stamped all over the First Edition, I hear that if you "read" that paper closely it talks of bugs insects, disease ...and urinary tract infection! Goodness SU, let's have a new Girly First Edition! However, Love the masculine card!

Mary Fish said...

One of my favorite masculine cards ever! Love how you used the First Edition paper and the spotlighting is brilliant (excuse the pun).