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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

CASE this Sketch

Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with CASE this Sketch this week.
I pulled out my little used MFT dies and cut them with silver metallic paper.

Stringed up the tools on a red string and used wood paper as background, cut with a Simon Says stitched die. In addition I dry embossed the white card stock with my Papertrey Woodgrain embossing plate. the sentiment is Studio 112 stamps, heat embossed in white. 

Uniko Challenge - masculine/Fathers Day
The Paper Players - Fathers Day

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Kim M said...

I love this!! It's a great take on the sketch. I just love those tool dies in silver. I wish I had me some of those dies! Hanging them up that way against the woodgrain background is awesome! A winner for sure! :-)

Hannelie said...

I shouldn't be surprised... because you always come up with the most wonderful ideas ! No exception once more!
Thanks for joining CTS and TPP with this amazing design Cornelia!
You literally made my sketch shine!

Suchi said...

Cornelia! This can be one of your best masculine cards!! The silver tools match perfectly with the wooden background!! I am stunned!! :)

*Vicki* said...

This is such a fun idea and I've had those MFT dies on my list for a long time now! Wonderful background!! :)

Mac Mable said...

absolute genius! clever and creative. Fun idea with the metal tools, fabulous sentiment and such a clever take on the sketch x

Monika Reeck said...

another great manly card
the idea behind is clever
and love that wood grain DP you have
looks like a real one
and the red twine
Fantastic manly card
cant believe you made so many manly cards
mehr als mine hehe

conil said...

Unbelievably clever. Girl, your eye for design is unmatched. The way you've interpreted the sketch is so imaginative and truly adorable (if you can call a masculine card adorable). This simply has to win the challenges, it's too perfect.

Bo┼╝enA said...

My dad would have been delighted. Women love diamonds, and my dad just such a great tool. Unfortunately, my dad this card will not get, and I wonder, in that case what do the card, because the one we have prepared performs poorly when compared with your card.

laurie said...

I saw this right away in the PP gallery and couldn't wait to come comment! What an awesome card..I just love the tools on the wood background.Thanks for sharing at The Card Concept!

Bobby said...

Such a wonderful idea, Cornelia. I love the bright silver. Most tools I see are somewhat rusty. ;)

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love the banner of shiny tools! Great take on the sketch!

Lindsey said...

Wonderful idea! Love the die cuts & v apt background paper. Lindsey x

Susanne Vargas said...

Einfach toll!

Claire Broadwater said...

This is fabulous! I love the tools on the woodgrain background! The twine and brads are the perfect embellishments! So happy you joined my theme challenge at The Paper Players this week! XX

Chrissy Larson said...

What a super cute idea! I love those tools!

Sazzle Dazzle said...

What a perfect guy card, neat, clever and super eye-catching.
Love the detail and shine. Just perfect and thanks for sharing at Uniko. Sarah x

Anita in France said...

Brilliant ... and so clever, Cornelia ... love all those shiny new tools just waiting to be put to use! Hugs, Anita :)

Beverley said...

Love it! So clever, it would be a perfect card for my husband to show him how he should organise his tools ;) Thanks so much for sharing and joining in on the Uniko Challenge again. Hugs Bev x

cm said...

Amazing...just full-on, 120% amazing! Silver tools, woodgrain background...another manly marvel!