It's Monday some dislike Monday but with our Christmas card that can be a masculine card I hope it will cheer you up for a Monday.
This card is very similar to the the one that I share 2 weeks ago but a little more soft and a different car. If you miss the one of 2 weeks ago you can click here to view it was with the old truck in Country Livin' and no sponging direct on crumb cake. Today I will teach you how to sponge the background for a soft vintage look the Christmas one I added the white ink for the snow and the birthday one at the bottom I left it plain without the snow for our masculine birthday card. I love both of them and sure love the softness of this card. This old car is so perfect for a vintage card and fit very nicely for a Christmas card. I think it is funny that I look at Christmas stamp set and try to find way to use them in different way other then Christmas and then I take a every day set that I use for Christmas well this way it show the versatility of stamps.
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All cards are using the same card stock just that I did some a little different in size so here the measurement
- Very Vanilla 8½ x 5½ score at 4¼ fold in half card base
-Soft Suede 5¼ x 4
-Very Vanilla top layer some ore 5-1/8 x 3-7/8 or 5 x 3¼
Very simple I have all supplies list including the masculine and Christmas card at the bottom
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FYI I added many stamp set in my retired list at the top of my blog CLICK HERE to view.
Masculine one without the white craft ink
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