Masculine Speed Stamping

I found cardstock in the challenge colors, made a plan, and began creating.

I set the timer on my phone, beginning at zero. When finished, it said 08:18:19. Like the challenge says, it is not a masterpiece. I do have 2 masculine birthdays this month as I am sure this will be fine for one of them.

I used all Stampin Up product for this card. The cardstock is from the Neutrals pack. I know the cardbase is Early Expresso along with the ink. The top layer is Crumb Cake. I added a layer behind the stamped layer which I think is Sahara Sand. Stamp sets used are Sky is the Limit for the greeting and clouds, Moon Lake for the canoe and tree stamp, and High Tide for the birds.

Thanks for looking!

15 thoughts on “Masculine Speed Stamping

    1. It helps to have a plan in mind before beginning. I looked at the masculine stamps and just pulled a few out. Adding the birds was an after-thought as the card needed something more. Thanks!

  1. I really like this Lisa. It has a lot of charm and doing it all in the neutrals totally worked. Great masculine card and doing it within a certain time frame is awesome

    1. Thanks! The sets seem to work well together. I really want to add a bit of color, but that may come later or on another card.

  2. I love the thrill of having the clock beside me – but really glad I don’t always have to craft like that! The brown tones lend themselves to a masculine challenge and the boat is a great choice. Thanks for playing along with us again at As You See It Challenge.

  3. This is a great take on the challenge colors, and you nailed it within the time clock!! A lovely masculine card; the sets you used coordinate so nicely together! Thanks for playing with our AYSI challenge this week!

  4. Great job, Lisa, in under 10 min. I love the way you combined three stamp sets, and the brown tones are perfect for the masculine design you came up with. Thanks for getting your adrenaline pumping with our speed stamping challenge at As You See It Challenges!

  5. Lisa this is a great scene for under 10 minutes and finished with time to spare. A perfect card to rustle up in a hurry! Thanks for playing along with our speed challenge over at As You See It this week!

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