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Golfer Birthday

>> Thursday, July 19, 2018

Good morning!
Time for some fun, these golfers are all about it
from their clothing to the sentiments!
Your friends will enjoy getting a birthday card like this
and get their laugh for the day!
This first card uses DRS stamps: Golfer Duff 457L, Above Par Birthday 507G and Large Original Plaid 641P.
I stamped duff on white and colored his skin and shirt then stamped him again
on a scrap piece of white and used brown and blue inks to create the plaid, cut out the hat and pants and pieced them onto my main image.
It was very easy to do this way.
The sky and grass are sponge on using Sky Blue Brilliance and
Lime Green Brilliance Ink.
I used a sketch I found at SplitCoastStampers for my layout.

I used some dies from Spellbinders to create this easel pop up card.

See this post for a tutorial on how to make this type of easel card.

Thanks so much for visiting today!!


alenna alison said...
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Karin said...

These golfing cards are just spectacular! I love the custom clothes you made for him and the buckle embellishment along the side is masculine and cool! Your easel cards are simply the best...I love the background behind the sentiment!

nwilliams6 said...

Robin, some brilliant cards. Wonderful coloring (especially the golfer and his clothes on the first card), great details that make everything look so special, and fabulous sketches. These are truly special! Hugz

Shelia said...

These are awesome, Robin. Those plaid pants on Duff are fabulous. Love them! Great fold on the second card. Both of these are amazing!

Sue said...

Perfect golf cards Robin! Love the plaid pants and matching hat as well as the buckle!!! Fun design on the easel card too - my favorite color combo!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are tee-riffic, Robin! Love the buckle/strap addition on Golfer Duff & the colors on your second card are wonderful. Love that fold, too.

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