Dean’s 40th

Using some left over bits & pieces and the same basic sketch from the 18th card  I made the other day (which Damian really liked), this morning I finished off this 40th card I made for our brother-in-law. His 40th isn’t until early November but sometimes you just have to do these things while the brain is in gear & working! lol My brain has been all over the place of late with our trying to find a new home, viewing lots of properties and just life in general . . .  it’s all been a bit of a whirlwind few weeks. Thanks for taking the time to stop by!

Products used to create this card: Stamps – SU Cheers to You, Cardstock SU – whisper white, basic black (textured), real red, Accessories – stampin’ dimensionals, Nesties dies lables two, creamy caramel stampin’  marker, crystal effects, liquid applique, basic grey stickers (numbers – coloured to match the card).

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About Chelle

Loves soaping, cardmaking & crafts, photography is becoming a passion, enjoys travel, reading, cooking, gardening, am married to my soul mate, live on some acres away from the city ... loves life for what it is!
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3 Responses to Dean’s 40th

  1. Pat(mspfd) says:

    This is so perfect for a masculine birthday! Great design. Love the nestie you used. Can you tell me which it is. Have a great day!!

  2. courtney says:

    Love how masculine this card is Chelle, the colors are great together with that patterned paper:)

  3. Pat(mspfd) says:

    Just wanted to say Hi and thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment. Let me know what’s happening with the pending house sale/purchase!

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