This card uses a few of the letters, the golfer from the Golf Mad kit (you can also buy him as a digi stamp) and a grey paper (used on the bottom front and inside of the card) from the Urban Roundabout papers 2.
I laid out the card design in my graphics software, and also tweaked the colour of the golfers shirt to make him a better match for the letters, printed it, and then put the card through again and printed the plain grey paper on the reverse. I folded the card down the right hand edge of the letters then cut around bottom, top and left hand side while the card was still folded. I then opened up the card and cut around the front design only on the right hand side, leaving the edge straight on the back section. I printed the front design again, cut around it and attached to the front with foam pads, I also cut a plain section to match the back and attached this with foam pads, (it makes the card more stable).
The golfer and the letter A were also printed again and both attached with foam pads, I inked around the edges with a brown ink pad and added three buttons and some string from stash.
I am going to enter this card in the following challenges:
A Spoon Full of Sugar - Birthday
Whoopsi daisy challenge - Someone special
Tuesday Throwdown - 3D - Pop it up
I Did It Creations - Anything Goes
Party Time Tuesday - Anything Goes
ECP Challenges - Something for the Boys
Wonderful project Colette - love the added buttons!! Thanks so much for joining our WHOOPSI DAISY challenge this week:)
hey speedy :) brilliant card
LOVE this! It gives me a great idea for my husband for Father's Day! Thanks for partying with us at PTT!
It is so nice to see such a different male card. I love the alpha you have used. Thanks so much for joining us at Party Time Tuesdays this week. I do hope you'll party with us again soon.
Danie - PTT - DT.
Thanks for sharing with us at the Whoopsi Daisy challenge this week.
What a great project! Thanks for partying with us at Party Time Tuesdays! Hope to see you back next week.
So very fun...thanks for sharing it with us at TT this week.
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