Boy, talk about last minute! I've been so busy the past few days I didn't have much time to do any card-making. Even though my family was so good about letting me do what I wanted on Mother's Day, I ended up wanting to just spend quality time with them.
This week's Papertrey Paper Doll's challenge was a sketch by Suzanne. It is such a versatile sketch. I really wanted to give it a try. This is what I came up with in the small amount of time I had. It's a 4x4 card.
I don't have enough masculine cards. Actually, I don't think I have any left. I use them as fast as I make them. So, I went "masculine" for this challenge. I love the Turning a New Leaf paper, but this is the first time I used it. I'm really glad I did. It's so pretty! (I guess that may not be such a good thing if this is supposed to be a masculine card, huh!)
I stamped the leaf image and cut it out by hand. The sentiment is on vellum so that the patterned paper won't be hidden. I'm not sure if buttons are okay for masculine cards, but I think this one worked. Thanks for visiting!
All supplies used are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise specified.
Stamps: Turning a New Leaf, Birthday Basics
Paper: Turning a New Leaf, Chocolate Chip (SU), Select White, vellum
Ink: Ripe Avocado, Rich Cocoa (Memento)
Embellishments: Dark Chocolate buttons, twine