Sunday, May 25, 2014

RIC gone masculine and a winner (RIC)

 Wanted to play along at RIC again.



It was the design on the floor which caught my eye. And yellow. Which became this.


Because I needed a birthday card for my godson who is actually now a man ;) A die cut. Some Distress Ink markers (in Tumbled Glass, Vintage Photo and Mustard Seed to go masculine).  A paintbrush and water to "pull" color applied through a die cut template.  And a sentiment heat embossed onto Distress Inked vellum.

And I've a winner from this blog post.  DS picked #14 so the lucky commenter to win a SENTIMENT BUILDERS: Thank You set is


Please contact me with your mailing address, Hussena, and we'll get the set off to you. Thanks for looking.


Supplies for herzlichen glueckwunsch:
Paper:  CS Bringmann, watercolor paper, vellum
Stamps:  sentiment Klartext
Ink : distress inks, Versamark
Tools: die SSS
Other: white embossing powder

20 comments:

  1. Wow !! Your card looks just amazing what a fantastic take on the inspiration picture ...love . And so excited to have won the stamp set .Thank you so much for it :)

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  2. I really like how you used that die cut and you did do a great job of giving it a masculine look

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  3. It's so funny how I "get" you, Maria. When I first saw this new photo for RIC a couple of days ago, I looked at the floor and thought, "I'll bet Maria will key off of that!" Sure enough! A brilliant card, as always, especially for your godman!! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. This card ROCKS.....just sayin!! :)

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  5. This is a very cool masculine design Maria! Love how you were inspired by the floor, I couldn't figure how to interpret it! Does that say happy birthday?

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  6. Wow...what a great guy card and I love that you pulled your design from not only the outfit but the floor, it is fun.

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  7. What a fantastic design Maria! I LOVE the triangles, and the vellum! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Runway Inspired Challenge!

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  8. I'm going batty. I was sure 'd commented on this post. Anyway - love how you've got the panels at angles, and love the offset colouring.

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  9. Love it! Really love that inked vellum! Need to try this!

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  10. Oh yeah! Graphic meets Artsy! Love your design!

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  11. What a cool and graphic design :)

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  12. Was für eine endgeile Karte!!! Echt toll!!

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  13. Totally in love with this Maria! You've definitely taken the inspiration photo and turned it on its head - that die-cut panel is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G! Thanks for joining us on the Runway!

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  14. LOVE every detail of this card!!!

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  15. I just love how you left some of the die cut sections in there...very cool! Thanks so much for joining us on the Runway!

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  16. Wow! your card is wonderful. The watercolors and the vellum are such a nice touch.

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  17. Big congratulations, your Royal Highness of Couture!

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