Tree Challenge Card Three

This is my last card for the tree challenge. This one uses Lovely as a Tree by Stampin Up, with a greeting from Maymay Made it, From All of Us.

Tree Challenge Three All the Best

The greeting lends itself to be used for most all occasions. This seems like a masculine card to me, as it is mostly brown tones. The cardstock is Naturals White and Early Expresso from Stampin Up. The ink used is Memento Expresso Truffle. I even pulled out my Stamp-a-ma-jig as this set is on wood block. This was my one of my mother’s well loved sets. This is probably the second time I have pulled it out. I seek Split Coast Stampers for inspiration with this set as it has been available for 20 years.

14 thoughts on “Tree Challenge Card Three

  1. I think this is my fave of the three. It is perfect for anyone but I agree with Bonnie a man would probably like it a lot.

    1. Thanks, Joanne. I found this layout on Split Coast Stampers and went with it. Sticking with browns was fun and different, as I prefer bright colors.

  2. You have been very busy today. Your cards are all lovely, but this is my fave. Lovely as a Tree is really a standard time honored set. This is a great masculine card.

  3. You are on a roll! I like the monochrome of this card and the way you’ve highlighted the single tree. Thank you for joining us a magic third time at As You See It!

  4. This is a striking image, Lisa! I love the black & white look with the one strip of neutral colour. Lovely As A Tree was a classic for a good reason! Thanks for your entries at As You See It Challenges.

  5. I love the clean and graphic feel of this card with the strong contrast in dark and light colour with just a hint of warmth from that subtle sponged colour behind. Your oak tree makes a great focal point too. Three for three!! Thanks for playing along with our tree-themed challenge over at AYSI this week!

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