Monday, January 2, 2017

A Birthday card for GDP068


This week at Global Design Project they have a CASe the designer.  I was taken with the color scheme.    And I needed a card for a grandson.  I am regretting a couple of stamp sets I didn't get right now. I could really have used one of them.  My grandson is quite the all around guy, into computers, and classic cars and recently got himself a motorcycle. 

But he will have to make do with balloons.  But I think it looks good. Clean and masculine.  I love the banner stamp and die sets, they sure add a lot to a simple card.  My favorite banner stamps are this set, Birthday banners. I love the stitched look to the lines.

I decided on Island Indigo for my blue, I've been using Night of Navy a lot recently and have left my poor Island Indigo all alone and unused.  Then I remembered I had this corrugated paper left over that has retired and it seemed just perfect! 

Colors this time are: Island Indigo, Whisper White, Calypso Coral and Basic Black.
Come on over and see what the team did, they always do an awesome job.



5 comments:

Louise Sharp said...

I love this card Lynn! Clean and simple birthday card. Your grandson and my husband sound like they might get along - motorcycles, vintage cars, technology....he must be nice guy!
Thanks so much for playing along to our CASE Jess Williams Challenge this week at the Global Design Project. xo

Paula Dobson said...

Lynn, this is a fantastic "guy" card, especially with the corrugated card on the main panel. Thanks for playing at Global Design Project as we CASE Jess this week.

Jess said...

Fabulous card Lynn. I just love how you've used the original card and converted it to a masculine card (which I always find very difficult)! Thank you so much for joining in with the Global Design Project challenge this week. I'm so honoured to have had you CASE my card!

Michelle Last said...

Love simply bold card Lynn, thanks for joining us at the Global Design Project this week xx

Krista Frattin said...

Great texture on your card! Thank-you for playing along with the Global Design Project! - Krista from Canada