Friday, October 2, 2015

tall and skinny {50}

Happy Friday {night}! 

This week it's finally beginning to feel a little like autumn around here --yay!  My oldest daughter has been talking about it for weeks already, and so I think it's definitely time for me to start breaking out my recipes for all things pumpkin.  Yum!  

Well, the card I'm sharing today is one I made for my youngest younger brother...who's technically not all that "young" anymore, I suppose.  Of course, age is just a number, and regardless of that number, you can still be young at heart --that's what I like to think anyway.  ;)  

I used this week's Mojo Monday sketch.  {I've rarely made "tall and skinny" cards, but playing along with the theme of the sketch seemed only fitting this time, as it describes my brother pretty well so I thought I'd give it a go.}  I tried to make it masculine looking, but I'm not sure I succeeded.  Oh, well....ya win some and ya lose some, I suppose.  

Here's his card:
I still have a few more cards to make in the next couple weeks, but I think they're going to have to wait a little bit.  My weekend will likely be spent in the garden, trying to wrap things up for the season.  Whatever you have planned, I hope you enjoy your weekend.

Thanks for the visit, and I hope you'll stop by again soon. Until then, many blessings to you!
Supplies shown some lovin':

Cardstock:  Colonial White, Black {CTMH}
Patterned Paper:  Vintage Finds 6x6 collection {Teresa Collins}
Stamps:  none {sometimes a card comes together without 'em --shocking, I know}
Ink:  Antique Linen Distress Ink {Ranger}
Other:  Cuttlebug, Regal Flourishes embossing folder {ProvoCraft}; Classy Labels die, Pennant Trim die {Verve Stamps}; Men's Dew Drops {Robin's Nest}; Liquid Glass, sponge {CTMH}; chipboard, foam dimensional adhesive
  

3 comments:

Jeanne said...

Oooh...yes, autumn has arrived! There is a definite nip in the wind now. I'll bet your house smells heavenly when you get to baking and making your pumpkin recipes. Your card looks amazing to me. I do believe it has a definite masculine feel and I hope your brother appreciates the effort you made in creating this. The paper you used for the 50 is very nice! I really like that pattern. The banner gives it a festive feel and you chose great gems to give it a little flair. Thanks so much for sharing, Christi. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Hugs!

Barb said...

I love it! And I think it looks GREAT. You definitely haven't lost your mojo!

Sharli Schaitberger said...

It's a great card! The colors are definitely masculine, there are no ribbons (or bows) and the texture should appeal. I think it works beautifully! I love it!