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A Book Mark and Matching Card for Father's Day

There's a challenge on at Just Add Ink again this week and I'm playing along for fun!

The 28th Challenge is to make a Masculine Card with the colour combo of Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze and Kraft (My absolute, without a doubt, favourite colour combo) so of course I had to join in!

I actually designed the card to match the bookmark!

1. Card



2. Bookmark



The bookmark measures about 30cms (12") in length.



Project Recipe for the Card and Bookmark -
Stamp Sets: Greetings Eight, Sanded
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Card Stock: Kraft, Baja Breeze and Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Parisian Breeze Specialty DSP (retired), Medium Twill Tape, Crimper, Large Brads, Jumbo Eyelets, Crop-a-dile


The inspiration for the bookmark came from HERE.



The Colour Combo for this Week at Just Add Ink



Coincidentally, the card I made last year for Father's Day for the 'kids' to give hubby was made out of the same colour combination.


Click here for the Original Post


Thanks for taking a peek. I hope you've been inspired to join in the challenge. Don't forget to check out the DT's truly inspirational work this week over at Just Add Ink.

Comments

Paula Dobson said…
Absolutely Fabulous!! Love them all Bron.
Katie said…
Great cards and what a fab idea with the bookmark.
Rachel said…
WOW beautiful work.
Rach:)
Christine Blain said…
GREAT projects, Bron. Knew you'd find a way to incorporate Parisian Breeze DSP! Perfect for this challenge.
Danielle Daws said…
Love this, Bron!! :-)
Unknown said…
Well done Bronwyn.
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Jo said…
Love it all, great use for that twill tape!
Karen said…
Great cards and bookmark, loved the look of the first one and then there was more, I always cringe at male cards.
Patrice said…
Love the twill - so manly. All great cards Bronwyn :o)
Christine said…
all these cards are sooooo nice.
sometimes its hard to get diff ideas for guys. so thanks for the inspiration.
KimB said…
HI Bronwyn,

you obviously have a real knack for bloke cards as both this and last years are fabulous!!

Kim
Krista said…
Awesome cards !
Unknown said…
Ohhh, love the bookmark, very clever, and your sense of time card is just fabulous, I love love it. TFS!
Kylie Bertucci said…
Oh this is stunning!! what a brilliant card. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
This is gorgeous, Bronwyn! I still haven't used that set (where in the world did I put it?) but you've certainly inspired me to! Loved the colors this week, also!

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