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A Nautical Birthday

Happy HUMP Day!!!!  Danielle here with a Masculine Birthday Card.  If your like me you are in need of more masculine cards for your stash.



For this card I decide to make my own background using Paper Smooches - Wicked Nauticool stamp set.  This is a great set for the guys in your life!!!   I stamped using the following inks, Hero Arts - Mid Tone Navy, Delicata Golden Glitz  Ink,  and a few other Hero Arts colors.  The card still need a bit of color behind the hand made background paper to make it POP!  I dug out my Carta Bella - Ahoy There Paper pad....I just love this collection!  To add my Happy Birthday Sentiment, I chose the Avery Elle stamp set.  I just love the large greetings in this set to me the focal point of any card.  I just stamped it on a piece of vellum from my stash and sewed it on for some extra texture.



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Click any of the links below to get your hands on the coolest stuff! 

Paper Smooches - Wicked Nauticool
Hero Arts - Mid Tone Navy
Hero Arts - Silver, Pool and Pale Tomato
Delicata Golden Glitz Ink
Carta Bella - Ahoy There Paper Pad
Avery Elle - Cake and Candles

See you next time!
~Danielle

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  1. Love the nautical theme, super cute!

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  2. LOVE THIS CARD!!! The stitched vellum is (of course!!) awesome! And the custom background you created is seriously awesome! Wow!

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