Monday, May 23, 2011

Outlines Rubber Stamp Challenge # 21

Hello!!!  It's Monday and time for a new Outlines Rubber Stamp design team challenge.  This week our challenge was to create a masculine card.  With Father's Day around the corner, this was the perfect opportunity to create for that special man.

Uniquely Dad

Isn't this a great image?  I only used a portion of the Gift Card Holder-Guy image to have the right size for my card front.  I stamped the Gift Card Holder-Guy (I-924) and colored with Copics.  In fact, I used a variety of copic markers to make a realistic plaid.  I colored the ties in the center all alike except for the dotted tie... because my dad stands out in a crowd and deserves a card to celebrate him appropriately!

To make this even more unique, I created a kraft envelope to hold a small note or a gift card.  Here's a view of my card:

Lot's of fun celebrating the men in our lives, isn't it?

I'd love it if you stopped by to visit the other designers for more inspiration.

Bev Gerard
Jeanne Streiff
Jenny Gropp - DT Coordinator
Robin Kirkpatrick
Sandy Hulsart
Vicki Garrett 

Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Gift Card Holder-Guy (I-924) by Outlines Rubber Stamps
Ink: Black Soot Distress ink by Ranger
Paper: Solar White by Neenah, Black, orange and brown cardstocks by Bazzill
Patterned Paper: Dutch Mustard Soup by Jillibean Soup
Other: clear embossing powder by Ranger, Scor-Pal scoring tool, twill tape, corner rounder by Zutter, Circle punch by EK Success, precision scissors, 3M mounting tape
Copic Markers: YG11, YG13, Y21, Y26, YR12, YR18, E53, E59, 0, W1


  1. Lisa, what a fabulous job you did coloring the plaid, just amazing. Great guy card!

  2. Great card!!! Outstanding coloring and loved how you showcased the little pocket holder.

  3. You did a wonderful job with this, Lise. Your little kraft envie is such a great addition - I'll have to remember that one!