Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Father's Day/Masculine Themed Challenge at Really Reasonable Ribbon


It's time for another fun challenge over at Really Reasonable Ribbon's Ramblings and today the theme is Father's Day/Masculine with Ribbon or Trim.  This is always a hard theme for me, but I'm pleased with my card today.


My younger son is an assistant golf pro, so this will be a birthday card for him.  I've used a few pieces of the new Hemp cord in black from the Onxy Hemp Cord set.  You can't use too much ribbon or trim on a masculine card, but I think this is just enough.  :)

Here's another angle that shows the cording a bit better.  I used it to attach the computer generated Happy Birthday sentiment and to wrap around the card near the bottom and attach the charm.


Other challenges for this card:
Allsorts challenge blog week #154 - card for man or boy

Thanks for stopping by.

~ Bonnie ~

Supplies used:
Trims: Black Hemp Cord from Really Reasonable Ribbon
Stamp:  Inkadindado
Ink:  Memento
Paper:  DP - Recollections, cardstock from my stash
Other:  Martha Stewart edge punch, Spellbinders nestabilities, Karen Foster Design gold ball mini charm

5 comments:

Debs said...

Fab male card - B&W is so classy and I love the hemp cord and the charm is 'charming' :o)
Thanks for playing along with us at Allsorts this week.
Good luck.
Debs xx

Amy Sheffer said...

Such a classy looking card, Bonnie. I love all the detail around the sentiment. Great take on the Deconstructed Sketch, too!

Chris D. said...

Wow! What a fabulous card!

Jennifer Shults said...

Oooh! This is great. I really love the black and white! Thanks for joining us for the week's Deconstructed Sketch!

Nicola said...

Great card Bonnie, love the monochromatic look and the perfect golfing charm!
Thanks for entering our Boy/Man card challenge this week over at Allsorts and good luck!
Hugs Nicola xxx