Beautiful Brown is the color for the September challenge with Colorful Options blog. This card will also fit the Just Add Ink #619 Masculine challenge. My card for this challenge includes SimonSaysStamps’ Wood Planks background stamp, word and circle dies, vellum, a strip of woodgrain that I made using my scoreboard and a rocky background that was found on line and of course brown ink and cardstock. The stamped You Rock is Gina K Designs’ DinoMite and the wishes was a misplaced stamp that was on my desk 🙂
Love the inspiration mood board and of course there is always the rainbow option but I kind of like the browns.
Thanks for stopping in for a peek. I appreciate you and your time. Take care and be safe.
20 thoughts on “Wood & Pebbles”
Lovely card! I like the masculine look.
Thanks, Lisa, I did use this for my brother’s birthday.
Thanks for making this brown not boring. Love the sentiment.
Thanks, Bonnie, brown is to me like gray is to you! LOL!
Great design. The pebbles provide a lot of variety to the browns. Great masculine card.
Thanks, Judy, I was glad to have found that image of the pebbles on line.
Fabulous masculine card!! Thank you for joining our challenge at Colorful Options!
Diane CO DT
Thanks for another great challenge.
This is great Gayle. I’m not a fan of brown in many ways either but you did a lovely job on this one and those pebbles are perfect with the rest.
Thanks, Johanna, I appreciate your support.
Love your take on the mood board, the colours and pattern choice in your dsp is very masculine. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink.
Your browns were just right. Fantastic creation and your use of the rocks with the wood is wonderful.
Thanks, Golda, I was happy to have found the rocks background on an online site.
I like the mix of natural elements in your card. They very cleverly add pattern & texture to your fun masculine card. Thanks for joining our masculine challenge at Just Add Ink.
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WOW!!! Now this is a perfect masculine card. Love the vellum circle, it almost looks like it’s a shaker card. Love it.
Thanks, Gerry. I thought of you as I was searching for that pebble clip art.
My computer didn’t let me finish – lol! That colorful pebble paper goes beautifully with the wood grained stamp and inked panels (nice job on both!), and the subtle vellum panel looks great behind your greeting die cut.
Thanks so much for your support Lisa.