Need a speedy masculine birthday card?

masculine speedy birthday card  - close up

Halloween was also my brother’s birthday (yes – the witches left him behind Laughing) and so I needed a card for him of course.

It was the perfect excuse to ink up one of my new Need for Speed stamps. The set also includes a speedboat, plane and a dune buggy. I also got to break out the new Well Worn DSP. This combo is just ideal for masculine cards.

Need for Speed

Stamp set: Need for Speed (W122715 or C122717), Happiest Birthday Wishes (W122615 or C122617 – hostess set)
Cardstock: Cajun Craze (121683), River Rock (111852), Very Vanilla (106550)
Ink: Black Stazon (101406), Cajun Craze (119671), More Mustard Marker (from Regals Collection 119701)
DSP: Well Worn (122359)
Punches: Decorative Label (120907)
Medium Sizzlits Die: Timeless Type Alphabet (115951)
Other: Neutrals Brads (119736)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Mat Pack (105826), Paper-Piercing Tool (116631)

Brick style DSP was matted onto a Cajun Craze card blank. After stamping the car in Black Stazon onto Very Vanilla card, it was coloured with the More Mustard marker and then matted onto Cajun Craze card before adhering direct to the card front. The birthday sentiment was stamped in Cajun Craze ink onto Very Vanilla card and punched out with the Decorative Label. Another Decorative Label was punched from Cajun Craze card, cut into four and matted behind the sentiment. Brads were added to the sentiment before popping it up on dimensionals on the card front. His name (good job it’s short Wink) was die cut from River Rock and Cajun Craze card, then matted and popped up on slivers of dimensionals.

Pretty smart I think. Not that I’ve had a comment on it from him – no change there then Frown.

Sara xx

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