It's time for another challenge at Shopping Our Stash! This week we ask you to make something for Father's Day, or just anything Masculine. Yes, I know, it's every stamper's most-disliked category, but this is a challenge, right?! You can use a masculine image, or masculine colors, or ... surprise us! :)
I started out with a sketch for the Hambo challenge:
Here's my card:
Then I went to town. I followed one of the techniques we learned in the Tim Holtz Creative Chemistry 101 class (see? I'm using it!). The technique is Archival Resist, and it's done on glossy card stock. Well, this piece of Bazzill isn't glossy, and this is how I make stuff up. I thought it was worth a shot to see what happened on non-glossy card stock, and I LIKE IT! Lookie:
(my first Distress ink!). Finally, I stamped the Man With Umbrella image over all of it with Archival Black. I die-cut a piece of black to put behind the Bazzill piece to give it some shadow and contrast.
Oh, one more thing. The sketch had a funky element on top of the two banners, so I had some fun with it and did this:
Now it's YOUR turn! Go into your stash and pull out some manly stuff, make a card, then come back to Shopping Our Stash and link us up so we can see what you've made!
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Tim Holtz/Stamper's Anonymous Mini Muse
Paper: Memory Box Valise 6x6 pad, Bazzill cream, SU Basic Black
Ink: Ranger Distress Old Paper, Archival Vermillion, Viridian, Cobalt, and Black
Other: TH Mini Cabinet Movers & Shapers die, 1/4" circle punch, Dymo label maker