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Friday, June 1, 2012

June A Muse Studio Blog Hop!


Welcome to our June 2nd A Muse Studio Consultant Blog Hop! This month's it is all about masculine or neutral cards. If you are participating in the blog hop, you should have come from Christina Seeger's blog and if not, then you should start from the beginning with Samantha's blog until you come to my blog. You wouldn't want to miss out on any of the other wonderful samples by the other participating consultants.
I made two cards using the same basic layout, but I changed up the colors and shapes that I used, which gives them a completely different feel and look. For my first card I used Extraordinary Background, Mad About Plaid, and Ahhnouncing. I love how this card turned out! I love the shades of grey, with the little pop of red, and those two backgrounds together just make me happy!! Perhaps my mojo is returning!!
For my second card (which is actually the first card I made for this post) I used several scraps that were on my desk. Say it With Style is the stamp set I used along with the Harlequin Impression Plate. I sanded the eucalyptus paper so the embossing really shows up nicely. The striped paper is a scrap of our School Lined Card Stock, love that stuff! I finished it all off with some Cherry Stitched Ribbon and a Bermuda Button.
"Now on to your next stop Pamela Fredrickson's  blog.
Enjoy the hop, here is a complete list of the Participating Consultants.
All Products Used  From A Muse Studio
Card #1
Paper: Pebble, Slate, Cherry and Sugar
Ink: Slate, and Black
Stamps: Extraordinary Back Ground, Mad About Plaid, Ahhnouncing
Other: Vintage Labels2 Die Set, Cherry Buttons, Black and White Bakers Twine

Card #2
Paper: Cherry, Eucalyptus, School Lined Card Stock, Kraft, Vanilla
Ink: Cherry
Stamps: Say it With Style
Other: Nestabilities Labels 8 and Petite Ovals, Harlequin Impression Plate, Cherry Stitched Ribbon, Bermuda Buttons
Hope that you are having a wonderful weekend, thanks so much for stopping by!

12 comments:

Kathy Hatzke said...

I absolutely love both cards! Thanks for the inspiration.

Pamela Fredrickson said...

Great cards! I have been eyeing the Extraordinary set and love how you used it.

Chelsea said...

These are awesome. Love the newspaper boy!

Chris said...

The best use of the newspaper boy set YET!! I just love it...both cards are great - I'mjust thrilled to see you post. I've missed you!

Sue D said...

Both cards are wonderful but my favorite is the first one--I like the pop of red against the neutral background.

Jeremy and Samantha said...

both cards are great I love the B&W with the pop of red and then 2nd card is just full of color great way to show case one sketch in contrasting ways! Thanks for joining in the hop!

Lori Barnett said...

Wow..these are GREAT!

Seleise said...

These are both great cards, Angi! My favorite is the first one - LOVE everything about it!!! Am going to have to get that set!!! You are such an artist! I'm always inspired!!

CSeeger said...

Very nice, and perfectly masculine. I love the Ahhnouncing card, and can't wait to get that set!

Tina Connolly said...

These are both very cool. Love the pop of red!

kssdesigns said...

Love that first card! You really know how to make those images shout! ;-)

Tyuana said...

Angela!! Your use of ahh-bouncing is MAGNIFICENT!!!

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