January 11, 2012

A Masculine Card for a CHA Sneak

This has to be my favorite new release stamp set from JustRite Stampers and the last day of our first round of CHA sneak peeks.  This beautiful nautically themed set is called:

The set consists of 9 deeply etched red rubber cling stamps and they were designed to coordinate with S4-246 Spellbinders Labels Twenty Two die templates!  

I don't know about you guys but I honestly struggle with making masculine cards.  My poor husband always gets a boy card from me that does not quite live up to the more girly cards that I give to friends.  This set however, is going to change that!  There is just something about sea horses that is so endearing *sigh*.... I really love this set and can't wait for all the men in my life to celebrate a birthday or something!!!  Thank goodness men are not into showing off cards they get otherwise my Husband, Dad, Brother and Father in Law may question the similarities in all their cards!!  Good thing each one of them lives at least a continent away from each other too!

The background pattern is also a stamp from JustRite!  It is called Scrolled Vine Background Stamp which I colored with my Copic markers.

You are going to love what the other designers have done with this set.  I am so inspired to make my Colorado home all beachified with this set :) Here are your links...

This has been so much fun but the week still has lots more in store for us.  Mark your calendars to check in on Friday because I have a Momenta Blog post where you can win Prizes AND the Spellbinders Blog Frenzy also starts this week - and you know those are some awesome prizes too!!  Yikes.  Feels like Christmas in January right?! - Love it!



cnelson said...

Gorgeous! !! Love the seahorse and the use of rope! !!

Beate said...

Gorgeous card, Kazan!
Hugs and smiles

Julie Overby said...

Love the details in that stamp. Great card!!

Barb Schram said...

Genius to pair the scroll background stamp with the seahorse stamp! Perfect match! Love every detail, Kazan!

Sharon Harnist said...

Gorgeous coloring on that seahorse AND background, Kazan -- beautiful card!