Hello! This week Vicki at Stamp Smiles challenged us to use shapes or make a shaped card for the Flashback Friday Challenge. At first, I wasn't going to play along this week, because I don't really like to make shaped cards (too much extra work), and I've never been really good with modern designs that involve geometric shapes. Then I was scrolling through pages of cards I printed off years ago, and came across a design that I thought would work and I was able to case. I don't have a link to show you the original card because there was no water mark on the picture to reference. I also altered mine quite a bit from the original card. But, if you recognize a similarity of my card to another, let me know, and I will edit my post.
To make my card, I used the retired Stampin Up! set 'Extreme Snowboard' for the main image. I love this stamp! So easy to use, and boys love the image! My sentiment is from Inkadinkado 'Rock Star'. To make the hexagons, I used the smallest die in my Spellbinder's Nestability set and cut the shapes out of the Me and My Big Ideas 'Urban Youth' stack.
So glad you decided to participate. Love the different heights & colors of the hexagons. Great silhouette stamp image. Happy day to you!ReplyDelete
I agree with Ka! :) So glad that you decided to get your hexagon die and play along!! This is such a fun card and I love the silhouette image! This makes for a great masculine style design Amy!! Thanks so much for sharing your creation at my Flashback Friday Challenge! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*ReplyDelete