September 5, 2016

mim#259: ombré triangles

Just a quick post to share the card that I made for Papertrey’s Make It Monday Challenge #259, ombré cluster stamping, shared by Dawn McVey. I worked with shades of olive green to make a guy’s birthday card. Some Classic Kraft – second generation stamping – was added to the mix because it needed a little something extra.

And because I’m planning ahead, an October birthday sentiment was chosen for the inside. The sentiment was stamped in Ripe Avocado rather than the Rich Cocoa used on the front because I really was planning ahead and will be writing birthday wishes with a brown pen.

Hope you don’t have to be hard at work this Labor Day.


stamps:  Tiny Triangles; Botanical Silhouettes; and Birthday Classics: October (PTI)
ink:  classic kraft (second generation), spring moss, simply chartreuse and ripe avocado (PTI); rich cocoa (Memento)
paper:  classic kraft and rustic cream card stock (PTI)
extras:  Boho stickers (Recollections)


Joyously Noelle said...

A great card that's just as wonderful inside as it is out!

Kathy Mc said...

Nancy, I love this card of triangles. Why do I forget about my Sketched Shapes, especially for those challenging masculine cards? Agree with Noelle it's great inside and out!