Monday, 29 July 2019

Stampers Showcase Blog Hop: Masculine


Well hello; and, thank you for stopping by!  It's time for another edition of the Stampers Showcase Blog Hop; and I'm so excited to share with you my creation this month.  

The theme is Masculine cards.  I don't know about you; but, this is one I often struggle with.  My inkspiration came from fellow Demo, Alison Solven, I just tweaked the design to make it my own.  


My favourite element is anchor and baker's twine because I put my Girl Guide skills to use and tied reef knots on either side of the anchor to give it a more nautical look.  

"Left over right and under,
Right over left and under."


To compliment the card, I made this super cute treat dispenser.  The template is available for purchase.  All proceeds go to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation in the name of my Father-in-Law who is losing his battle with Stage 4 prostate & bone cancer.

                                                                        

I hope you enjoyed this fun nautical card using the Come Sail Away suite.  Be sure to hop along with the other Demonstrators in the hop for more Masculine themed inspiration by clicking the button below.


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28 comments:

  1. a great set
    greetings, Marita

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  2. Beautiful projects Miss Stephanie! All the best on your fundraiser for a very worthy cause. Cancer is a horrid thing. :-( Lots of love.

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    1. Thanks Dana. It's been a rough ride as of late

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  3. Love your projects Stephanie!! It is such a great set for masculine cards!

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  4. Just beautiful! The embossed images are perfect, love the touch of sponging too. :)

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  5. I love the embossing on your card Stephanie and the box is so cute as well x

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  6. Great projects and reef knots! The white embossed images lift the project and look fabulous too!

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  7. Hi, Stephanie. I paid for the dropbox download, but cannot get it to give me the template. Apparently, I had an old account for Dropbox from 2015, so I had to reset the password, but once I did that, it won't bring up your template. Not sure what I should do here. I don't want to buy it twice. Got any ideas for me? My email is vonn5716@cinci.rr.com if you might be able to provide me a copy of the download there. I really like the box you created. Thanks for any guidance in advance.

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    1. Hi there, I responded and emailed you the PDF. I think I've fixed the link for future users. Thanks for the heads up xo

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  8. What a beautiful card. I love the embossed images that look so dreamy. Wishing you all the very best in your fundraising for such a great cause x

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    1. Thank you! It's a cause that is near and dear for sure; and I know I'm not the only one touched by this horrendous disease.

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  9. Great card Stephanie, I love how you've stamped the boats. The treat dispenser is fab. Good luck in your fundraiser, so sorry to hear that. x

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    1. Thank you, Kate. Every little bit of fundraising helps, so fingers crossed. xo

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  10. What lovely projects you made :-) that litte box is just darling :-)

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  11. I love what you've done with the card and the dispenser. Good luck with the fundraising. Lx

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  12. Great treat dispenser and love the knot

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