Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Guest Designer: Rosemary Dennis

Hello friends!!  Rosemary here with another card to share.  I am so enjoying my time as a guest designer for A Jillian Vance Design!   I made another masculine card using the Simply Said:  Anchor set.  This time I switched things up by using one of the secondary sentiments on the front of the card and the main image on the inside.  Here is my card:

I used some patterned paper with a map theme.  The flip side of the paper has a nice grid pattern.  I roughed up the edges of the paper and then matted it with some kraft cardstock.  I stamped the compass image on kraft, punched it out and then added a brass colored brad.  The sentiment was stamped on a strip of the grid patterned and adhered.  Added the compass image and a few more brass colored brads.

For the interior I added to strips of the grid patterned paper and then stamped the main image in the center using grey ink.  Simple, but perfect for a guy!

A Jillian Vance Design stamps used:

Simply Said: Anchor

Other products used:

Teresa Collins World Traveler 6x6 paper pad
Brass colored brads
Circle punch

Thanks for stopping by.
Rosemary Dennis

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craftieodmae said...

Absolutely gorgeous Rosemary!!!!!

Lisa Lara said...

I love your masculine card Rosi. That nice big stamp looks so good on the inside.

Bunny Vance said...

Loving this card Rosemary! How you used the larger image inside is awesome!

Greta said...

Oh my goodness, Rosemary--this is the best guy card, ever! What a wonderful paper & love how you used the sentiment! Thanks for the inspiration!

Shelly said...

Perfect for any guy!

Martha said...

Rosemary, this is one lovely masculine card. Love both the outside & inside. Well done!

Lisa Elton said...

I just love the anchor image!! This is a terrific masculine card Rosemary. Love the map and compass rose on the front!

Barb Ghig said...

Gorgeous card, Rosemary! I love how you paired these pretty papers with your stamping, and the inside of the card is just beautiful...such a lovely detail!

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